ORDER NO. KM79509018C1
F7
Service Manual
and Technical Guide
PLAIN PAPER FAX WITH 2-LINE
DIGITAL ANSWERING SYSTEM
KX-F 1200
(for U.S.A.)
WARNING
This service information is designed for experienced
repair technicians only and is not designed for use by the general public.
It does not contain warnings or cautions to advise non-technical
individuals of potential dangers in attempting to service a product.
Products powered by electricity should be serviced or repaired only by experienced
professional technicians.
Any attempt to service or repair the product or products dealt with in this service information
by anyone else could result in serious
injury or death.
Panasonic
l All
(£)1995
Matsushita
Electric
Co., Ltd.
rightsKyushu
reserved.
Unauthorized
copying
and distribution
is a violation of law.
When you mention the serial number, write down the 11 digits. The serial number may be found on the bottom of the unit.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
..................................................................................................................................................
INSULATION RESISTANCE
TEST ...................................................................................................................................
FOR SERVICE TECHNICIANS
SPECIFICATIONS
.........................................................................................................................................
.............................................................................................................................................................
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
CONNECTION
(General)
.............................................................................................................................................
..................................................................................................................................................................
LOCATION OF CONTROLS
.............................................................................................................................................
Page
3
3
3
4
4
5
6
INSTALLATION
.................................................................................................................................................................
8
MAINTENANCE
ITEM .....................................................................................................................................................
11
TROUBLESHOOTING
DISASSEMBLY
GUIDE ........................................................................................................................................
INSTRUCTIONS
...................................................................................................................................
14
65
HOW TO REPLACE FLAT PACKAGE IC .......................................................................................................................
76
ADJUSTMENTS
77
..............................................................................................................................................................
CIRCUIT OPERATIONS
CONNECTION
.................................................................................................................................................
83
DIAGRAM .............................................................................................................................................
146
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD .........................................................................................................................................
147
SCHEMATIC
151
DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................................................
TERMINAL GUIDE OF IC'S,TRANSISTORS
AND DIODES ........................................................................................
173
TOOLS ..........................................................................................................................................................................
175
CABINET,
176
MECHANICAL
ACCESSORIES
REPLACEMENT
AND ELECTRICAL PARTS LOCATION .............................................................................
AND PACKING MATERIALS
.............................................................................................................
PARTS LIST ......................................................................................................................................
182
183
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KX-F1200
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
i.
2.
3.
4.
5.
bJelu_ _urvJcJt]g, u, Jp_uguJu F,uwer cord to prevent an electric shock.
When replacing parts, use only the manufacturer's recommended components.
Check the condition of the power cord. Replace if wear or damage is evident.
After servicing, be sure to restore the lead dress, insulation barriers, insulation papers, shields, etc.
Before returning the serviced equipment to the customer, be sure to perform the following insulation resistance test to
prevent the customer from being exposed to shock hazards.
INSULATION
RESISTANCE
TEST
1. Unplug the power cord and short the two prongs of the plug with a jumper wire.
2. Turn on the power switch.
3. Measure the resistance value with an ohmmeter between the jumpered AC plug and each exposed metal cabinet part
(screwheads, control shafts, handle brackets, etc.).
"Note: Some exposed parts may be isolated from the chassis by design. These will read infinity.
4. If the measurement is outside the specified limits, there is a possibility of a shock hazard.
The equipment should be repaired and rechecked before it is returned to the customer.
Exposed -metal
part
r
Resistance = more than 1M
(at DC 500 V)
FOR SERVICE TECHNICIANS
los and LSIs are vulnerable to static electricity.
When repairing, the following precautions will help prevent recurring malfunctions.
1) Cover the plastic parts boxes with aluminum foil.
2) Ground the soldering irons.
3) Use a conductive mat on the worktable.
4) Do not touch IC or LSI pins with bare fingers.
KX-i- 1200
I
SPECIFICATIONS
This specifications is for U.S.A.
version only.
Refer to the simplified manual
(cover) for other areas.
1. Applicable
Public Switched Telephone Network
Linu_:
2. Document Size:
Max.216 mm (8 1/2') in width
Max.600 mm (23 %' ) in length
3. Effective Scanning Width:
208 mm(8 3/16')
4. Recording Paper Size:
Letter : 216X279
Legal : 216X356
5. Effective Printing Width:
208 mm (83/16' )
6. Transmission
Approx.15 sec/page (Original mode)
Approx.30 sec/page (G3 Normal mode)
Time*:
7. Fax Auto Rediah
Up to 5 times
8. Telephone Auto Rediah
Up to 14 times
9. Scanning Density:
Horizontal :
Vertical :
mm (8 1/2'X11' )
mm (8 1/2'X14" )
8 pels/mm (203 pels/inch)
3.85 lines/mm (98 lines/inch) -Standard
7.7 lines/mm (196 lines/inch) -Fine/Halftone
10. Halftone Level:
64-level
11. Scanner Type:
CCD Image Sensor
12. Printer Type:
Thermal Transfer
13. Data Compression
System:
Modified Huffman (MH), Modified READ (MR)
14. Modem Speed:
9600/7200/4800/2400
15. Operating Environment:
5-35°C (41-95 °F), 20-80 % RH
6. _imensions_HX
W X D):
237X420X389
bps; Automatic Fallback
mm (9 5/16"X16 9/16"X15 5/18")
17. Mass(Weight):
Approx. 9.0Kg (19.8 lb.)
18. Power Consumption:
Transmission:Approx.
17W /Reception:
Copy:
Approx. 50W /Standby:
Maximum:
Approx. 140W
19. Power Supply:
120 V AC, 60Hz
*Transmission
Approx. 40W
Approx. 5W
Time: Transmission times apply to text data using the ITU-T (CCITT) test chart, betweel_ the same machine
models at maximum modem speed. The transmission time does not include call setup, ringing,
handshaking and sign off. Transmission times may vary.
Design and specifications
are subject to change without notice.
OP3"IO_._L
Parts No.
Description
KX-FA132
Film cartridge
_CCF_.S.%OP.IES
Comment
L
KX-FA133
KX-FA134
1 cartridge & 1 film : 216 mm X200m
216m m X200m(8
Replacement film(1set)
(8 1/2"X656')
1/2"X656')roll
210mm
X200rlT[O
'/2"
X 550')fO]]
Replacement film(2sets)
4
roll
CONNECTION
This connection
is for U.S.A.
version only.
Refer to the simplified manual
(cover) for other areas.
cord
mDialing mode switch:
Set to TONE.
Connect to
LINE1/LINE2
-
GREEN
Power
If you cannot dial,
set to PULSE.
DIALING MODE
TONE_L
rn..)
PULSE
Two-line telephone jack (RJ14C)
4-wired telephone line cord
with GREEN plugs
Surge protector
_
[_
Power outlet
(120V, 60Hz)
Note:
•We recommend the use of an exclusive power outlet to avoid interference from other equipment.
•When you operate this product, the power outlet should be near the product and easily accessible.
•The unit will not function during a power failure.
• For additional equipment protection, we recommend the use of a surge protector. The following types are available;
TELESPIKE BLOK MODEL TSB(TRIPPE MFG.CO.),SPIKE BLOK MODEL SK6-0(TRIPPE MFG.CO.),SUPER MAX
(PANAMAX)or MPI(ITW LINX).
*If the unit connected to the same line as other extensions, do not use other extensions during fax transmission and reception. Image quality will be affected.
Helpful hint:
*If assistance is needed, press the HELP button. The unit will print a quick reference.
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_-i- ]zuu
i
L(JL;AIION
OF CONTROLS
Front view
Document entrance
Document feeder tray
Visual film indicator:
shows the approximate
amount of remaining
film.
Document guide(s)
(®.L.
INDICATOR J
___1
Microphone
FILM
NDICATOR 1
When the film indicator
points to the position in
the illustration above,
the remaining film
produces approx. 70
letter size documents.
Prepare a new film or
film cartridge for
replacement.
Recording paper exit
Paper cassette
Front lid open lever
Document exit
Note:
• The visual film indicator will show "FULL" when a new 200 meter film is installed. When the included film cartridge(30
roll film) is installed, the indicator will not show "FULL".
Rear view
Power socket
Une iack
Dialing
-6-
mode
selector
meter
i
RECEIVE MODE
LINElbutton
RECEIVE MODE
LINE 2 button
MENU
KX-F i 200
button
VOLU/Vlr- L)uliu_l_
LINE 2 but[oN
CONF button
NEW MESSAGES
DIRECTORY
/
button
HELP
_[
button
MAIL BOX button
LOWER button
TONE
button
FLASH button
REDIAL/PAUSE
button
MUTE button
SP-PHONE button
COPY button
FILM/PAPER
button
Direct call
stations
SELECT button
RINGER-LINE
button
1
REC button
SAVE
RINGER-LINE
button
2
O
l
C)
C)C)C)
"O_
{
(
SELECT_:))
GER-LINE
lr_
"-"1
i-INE
G R EEETINc_/"
2 C_
CHECK
O--
l
CHECK button
SKIP button
SKIP
MAILBOX
REPEAT
button
ALL MESSAGES
button
MEMO/2WAY
button
REC
KX-F1200
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INSTALLA]
1. INSTALLING
]Hi-
IUN
i-tLM CARTRIDGE
(l)op_l_
--
Top cover
Head unit
th_ iop uuvu_.
(2) Press the green butto;l ul_ thu Hght h Larked
"PUSH" and lift the head unit.
Green bu_on
(3) Place the cartridge with the "BACK" indicator
facing up. If the film is slack, tighten it by
winding the gears.
Incorrect
Correct
®
®
Slack
--Because
Gear
the length of the included film is 30
meters, it is recommended to purchase 200
I
meter length film for replacement soon.
(4)Referring to the illustration on the left, place
the "BACK" side of the cartridge into the unit,
Green gear
by inserting the pins on the sides of the green
gears into the green holders. Then lower the
front of the cartridge into place.
Green holde
(5)Press the head unit down firmly until it clicks
into place.
(6)Close the top cover securely by pushing down
on both sides.
Note;
Becausethe lengthofthe includedfilm is 30
meters, it is recommendedto purchase200 meter
length film for replacement soon. See page 4.
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Z. HI'-PLA(..;ING
THE
FILM
OR FILM
CARTRIDGE
When the unit detects the end of the film, the following message will be displayed.
t FILM EMPTY I
Replace the film or film cartridge with new one.
(1)Open the top cover.
Top cover
(2)Press the green button on the right marked
"PUSH" and lift up the head unit.
(3)Take out the cartridge.
--If you purchase a film cartridge (Model no.
KX-FA132) for replacement,
skip to step 11.
--To replace only the film, go to step 4.
Tab
(4)Turn over the cartridge so that the "PULL TAB"
mark is facing up.
(5)Unlock the tabs of the cartridge, open the
covers of the cartridge and take out the used
film.
(6) Pull out the four gears from the used film
cores.
(7)Insert the four gears into the new film cores so
that the tab of each gear
film core.
Gear_
/
fits intothe slot of the
KX-F1200
I
(8)Insert the film into the cartridge so that the
Unused spool
arrow on the cartridge points in the same
direction as that on the film.
--If you insert a film which was used halfway,
insert the unused spool of the film on the
"FILM SUPPLY" mark of the cartridge.
FILM SUPPLY
Gears
Insert the film
Incorrect (__)
cores correctly
referring to the
illustration to
the right.
Correct
(_--(_
(9)Roll the blue leader of the film by winding the
gears of the core until the leader is no longer
visible.
Blue leader
(10) Close the covers of the cartridge by locking
the four tabs.
Tabs
(11) Turn over the cartridge and referring to the
illustration on the left, place the "BACK" side of
Green gear
the cartridge into the unit, by inserting the pins
on the sides of the green gears into the green
holders. Then lower the front of the cartridge
into place.
(12) Press the head unit down firmly until it clicks
into place.
(13) Close the top cover securely by pushing down
on both sides.
Green holder
--If the blue leader of the film is not wound
completely, the unit will automatically
advance it and the following massage will
be displayed.
IL OADING FILM
]
--If the following message is displayed, the
film is not inserted in the cartridge correctly.
Ic,EoKF LM 1
Reinsert it correctly by referring to step 8 on
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this page.
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MAINTENANCE
KX-F1200
ITEM
1, OUTLINE
MAINTENANCE
ANL) HLP_IHb
AHE PERFORMED USING THE FOLLOWING 8 11=P:5,
1) Periodic maintenance
Inspect the equipment periodically and if necessary, clean any contaminated
parts.
2) Check for breakdowns
Look for signs of trouble and consider how the problems arose.
If the equipment can still be used, perform a copying, self testing or communications
testir, y.
3) Check equipment
Perform a copying, self testing and communications
receiver or the telephone line.
testing to determine if the problem originates l ro,,, the t=_ _=_tter, _.n_
4) Determine causes
Determine the causes of equipment trouble by troubleshooting.
5) Equipment repairs
Repair or replace the defective parts and take appropriate
recur.
measures at this stage to ensure that the problem does not
6) Confirm normal operation of the equipment
After completing the repairs, conduct copying, self testing and communications
testing to confirm that the equipment opel-
ates normally.
7) Record keeping
Make a record of the measures taken to rectify the problem for future reference.
2. MAINTENANCE
CHECK
ITEMS
Separation
Document Feed Rollers
Document
Roller
Cover sensor
PI302
Document Sensor
jCover
PI301
Document
read position sensor
Platen Roller
PS901
Film end sensor
Thermal
Paper out sensor
Film
Paper
PS904
Paper tray
top
PS902
sensor
;r set sensol
Papq
/
Paper Exit Roller
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Pickup Rotler
Kx-P1200
I
2-1. MAINTENANCE
LI_]
r
OPERATION
CHECK ITEM
REMARKS
Document Path
Remove any foreign matter such as paper.
2
Rollers
If the roller is dirty, clean it with a damp cloth then dry thoroughly.
3
Platen Roller
If the platen is dirty, clean it with a damp cloth then dry thoroughly.
See page 13.
Remove the paper before cleaning.
Thermal Head
If the thermal head is dirty, clean the printing surface with a cloth
See pages 13,68.
moistened with denatured alcohol (alcohol without water), then dry
thoroughly.
5
LED Array
If the LED array is dirty, clean the glass with a dry soft cloth.
6
Sensors
Paper sensor (PS904), Document sensor (PI302), Read position sensol
See page 13.
See pages 47-49.
(PI301), Cover sensor (SWl), Paper top sensor (PS902), Paper out
Sensor (PS905), Film end sensor (PS901). Confirm operation of
sensors.
7
Mirrors and Lens
If the mirror and lens are dirty, clean it with a dry soft cloth.
8
Abnormal, wear
Exchange the part.
and tear or loose-
Check the tightness of screws on all parts.
ness of parts
2-2, MAINTENANCE
CYCLE
Cleaning
No.
1
Items
Separation
Roller
Replacement
Cycle
3 months
Procedure
See P. 13.
3 months
See P. 13.
(Ref. No. 98)
2
3
Separation
Rubber
(Ref. No. 48)
Feed Roller
Target Glass
Thermal Head
3 months
See P. 13.
3 months
See t_. 13.
Platen Roller
Remarks
See P. 65.
7 years
See P. 71.
7 years
(100,000 documents)
7 years
(100,000 documents)
3 months
See P. 13.
3 months
See P. 71.
See P. 68.
7 years
(100,000 documents)
(Ref. No. 75)
6
See P. 74.
(100,000 documents)
(Ref. No. 307)
5
Procedure
(100,000 documents)
(Ref. No. 97,178)
4
Cycle
7 years
See P. 71.
7 years
(100,000 documents)
(Ref. No. 142)
l
These values are only standard ones and may vary
depending on usage conditions.
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3. MAINI
KX-r
i 200
ENANUI-
3-1. CLEANING THE DOCUMENT FEEDER UNIT
When misfeeding occurs frequently or when dirty patterns or black bands appear on a copied or transmitted document, clean the
feeder rollers, sub roller, rubber flap, white plate and glass.
I
(1) Disconnect the power cord and the telephone
line cord.
Sub roller
(2)Slide the lever to open the front lid.
(3)Clean the feeder rollers, sub roller and rubber
flap with a cloth moistened with isopropyl
rubbing alcohol, then dry thoroughly.
t
(4)Clean the white plate and the glass with a dry
soft cloth.
(5)Olose the lid surely by pushing down on both
ends.
Ru/bber flap
,
Glass
I-eerier rollers
(6)Connect the power cord and telephone line
cord.
Lever
3-2. CLEANING THE THERMAL HEAD
If dirty patterns or black bands appear on a copied or received document, clean the thermal head.
(1)Disconnect the power cord and the telephone
line cord.
Thermal
(2)Open the top cover.
(3)Press the green button on the right marked
"PUSH" and lift up the head unit.
(4)Clean the thermal head with a cloth moistened
with isopropyl rubbing alcohol, then dry
thoroughly.
(5)Press the head unit down firmly until clicks into
place.
Do not push the black cover.
(6)Close the top cover surely by pushing down on
both ends.
(7)Connect the power cord and telephone line
cord.
Caution:
•To prevent malfunction
due to static electricity, do not use a dry cloth and do not touch the thermal head directly with your
finger.
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KX-P120U
I
TROUBLESHOOTING
GUIDE
TABLE OF GUNi I:.NI S
page
1. PROGRAMMING
........................................................................................................................................................
13
2. TEST FUNCTIONS
.....................................................................................................................................................
18
3. COMMUNICATION
ERROR FUNCTIONS .................................................................................................................
20
4, REMOTE PROGRAMMING
........................................................................................................................................
29
5. SERVICE HINTS ........................................................................................................................................................
33
6, GENERAL ...................................................................................................................................................................
34
7. DEFECTIVE
40
FACSIMILE SECTION ...........................................................................................................................
8. DEFECTIVE TAM INTERFACE SECTION .................................................................................................................
59
9. DEFECTIVE
ITS SECTION ........................................................................................................................................
60
10. DEFECTIVE
OPERATION GRILLE SECTION ...........................................................................................................
61
11. DEFECTIVE
SWITCHING
61
POWER SUPPLY SECTION ............................................................................................
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i_ X- i--1 ZOO
1. PH(..)(3HAMMIN(3
The programming functions _u u_uu [u p,_9,_,,, th_ v,_,lous _ea_u_esa_U lulLcLlun_ ui tile _[=d(.;==lrlu,
a_d to Lest the machine.
Programming can be done in both the on-hook and off-hook conditions. This facilitates communication
between the user and
the service while programming the machine.
1-1. OPERATION
There are 2 basic categories of programming functions, the User Mode and the Service Mode. The Service Mode is further
broken down into the normal and the special programs. The normal programs are those listed in the Operating instructions
and available to the user. The special programs are those listed only here and not displayed to the user. In both User and
Service Mode, there are Set Functions and Test Functions. The Set Functions are used to program various features and
functions, and the Test Functions are used to test various functions.
The Set Functions are accessed by entering their code,
changing the appropriate value, then pressing the SET key. The test Functions are accessed by entering their code and
pressing the key listed on the menu. While programming,
1-2. OPERATION
FLOW
User mode
Programming
to cancel any entry, press the STOP key.
_
(1) TEST mode_
PRINT mode (prints out the list to confirm the
I f (user programmable)_
(2) SET mode i-_
set values)
I
]Service mode
jNormal
(3) SET mode _
L
(not user programmable)_Special_
_
(4) SET mode ___1
(5) TEST mode
PRINT mode (prints out the list to
confirm the set values)
Operating Procedure
L MENU button
I
LCD
SYSTEM SET UP
I
User mode
_"--_DETuPITEM
[
] J
-Follow _-heinstructions on the LCD.
_]
E_] [-']
XXXXXXX
(Some codes are for the Test Functions, while others are for the Set Functions.)
LCD
User mode F _'IMENU butl0n _IMENU
butt°nJ'--_l PRINTLIST_1
START/SETbutton_--_'__--_
LCD
F SETUPLIST I
Print out
Code
Fot|ow
the
instructions
on the
_
(,Some codes are 1or the Test
LCD.
l S.TART/SET button1
Functions
some for the
speciat
Set Functions, whi_eothers are for the Set Functions.)
Print out
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KX-I- 12UO
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1-3. USER
MODE
(I he .st
[ BASIC
FEATLRE
is a.
LIST
example
of the SYSTEM
SETUP
LIST the unit prints
out.)
]
t_01
tt'02
tt03
FEATURE
SET DATE & TIME
'fOUR LOGO
'fOUR TELEPHONE
NUMBER
#84
#_7
#88
#09
#18
PRINT TRANSMISSION
FAX RING COUNT
ANS,'FAX RING COUNT
RECORDING
TIME
REMOTE ANS ID
NO°
/4
Code
beluw
Ct_T
SETTING
Jan. 01 1995 12:00AM
Panasonic
FAX SYSTEM
LINE1
LINE2
=
=
OFF1
1
UOX
ID : iii
REPORT
ZERROR,ON,OFF]
[1...4)
[1...4,TOLL
SAVER,RINGER
[UOX, IMIN]
OFF]
\
I Ai'X,'_I,E_B
L IST
_123
#24
#25
DELAYED
_26
_27
#28
LINE c='
._LE.TION
r.
FAX SELECTION
LINE MODE
#29
C.O.L
#31
RING
#34
#35
#36
#39
_41
#42
#43
#45
#46
_50
#51
#52
#53
#60
EXTENSION
COPY
COPY REDUCTION
RX REDUCTION
LCD COHTRAST
REMOTE FAX ACTIUATION
MESSAGE
ALERT
REC. TIME ALERT
BUSY MESSAGE
RINGER MODE
MAIL BOX ALERT
BOXI PASSWORD
BOX2 PASSUORD
BOX3 PASSWORD
COMMON PAGER
/.22
#61
_62
_65
MAIL
MAIL
b_IL
TRANSMISSION
SELECTION
DETECTION
BOXI
Set Value
]
FEATURE
LOGO POSITION
JOURNAL AUTO PRINT
OUERSEAS MODE
JUNK MAIL PROHIBITOR
#21
Code
FEA'rtiE_
CURRENT SETTING
OUT
ON
OFF
OFF
ID = 22
• OFF
DESTINATION
=
START TIME = 12:0_AM
AUTO
AUTO
LINEI = CO
LINE2 = CO
LINE1 = ON
LINE2 = ON
LINE1 = OFF
L INE2 = OFF
[0N,0FF]
[AUT0.LINEI,LINE2]
[AUTO,LINE1,LINE2]
[CO,PBX]
[CO,PBX]
ION,OFF]
ION,OFF]
[OFF,A,B,C,D]
[OFF,A,B.C,D]
OFF
92%
NORMAL
[92,72,tEF]
[92,86,72,0FF]
[NORMAL,LIGHT,DARKER]
OFt
OFF
ON
OH
OFF
[0N,0FF]
[ON,OFF?
[_.I,OFF]
[ON,OFF]
[0N,OFF]
OFF
[0N,0FF]
OFF
[0N,CFF]
OFF
ION,OFF]
OFF
t Or4,QF_ 3
CODE
DESTINATION
=
DESTINATION
=
DESTINATION
=
PAGER
BOX2 PAGER
BOY3
[0UT, IN,0FF]
[0N,OFF]
[0N,OFF]
[_4,0FF]
P_GER
DEST INAT lot_ =
_70
FAX
PAGER
#88
SET DEFAULT
ION,OFF]
OFF
BEST INAT ION
=
\
\
Set Value
No_:
The above
-16-
values
are default
_-4. b_-HVlL;_-
_-UNCTION
Code
TABLE
Function
Set Value
Effective Range
Default
001 _600
05O
01_99
7O
Remarks
501
Pause time set
X100 ms.
502
Flash time set
X10 ms.
503
Dial speed select
1..10 PPS
2..20 PPS
1,2
510
VOX time select
1..6sec
2..4sec
1,2
520
CED frequency select
1.. 2100 HZ
2.. 1100 Hz
1,2
521
International mode select
I ..On
2..Off
1,2
522
Auto standby select
1..On
2..Off
1,2
523
Receive equalizer select
1..On
2..Off
1,2
532
Security mode of erasing mailbox
1..On
2..Off
1,2
55O
Memory clear
"START" input
551
ROM check
"START" input
552
DTMF single tone transmit select
1..On
2..Off
1,2
553
Monitor on FAX
communication select
1..Off
2..Phase B
3..AIIphases
1_3
554
Modem test
"START" input
555
Scanner test
"START" input
556
Motor test
557
LED test
"START" input
558
LCD test
"START" input
559
Paper jam detection select
561
KEY test
563
CCD position adjustment value set
564
CCD auto position adjustment
00
I See page 20
"START" input
1,2
2..Off
1..On
"START"
Xlmm
input
00,_,30
"START" input
-17-
KX-F1200
J
Code
t-unction
Set Value
Effective Range
57O
BREAK % select
1_61%
2..67%
571
ITS auto redial time set
X number of times
572
ITS auto redial line disconnection
time set
X second
573
Remote turn-on ring number set
X number of rings
574
Dial Tone Detection set
1..On
2..Off
575
Remote turn-on for line 2
X time
579
Auto disconnect cancel time
1..350msec
2.. 180msec
3..Off
1_3
58O
TAM continuous time select
1..On
2..Off
1,2
582
2 way record
1..On
2..Off
1,2
583
2 way beep time
X msec
586
White line skip 1 select
1..On
2..Off
1,2
587
White line skip 2 select
1..On
2..Off
1,2
590
FAX auto redial time set
X number of times
591
FAX auto redial lime disconnection
time set
X second
592
CNG transmit select
1..Off
2..All
3..Auto
593
Time between CED and 300 bps
1..75 ms
2..500 ms
3..1 sec
594
Overseas DIS detection select
1..detects at the
1st time
2..detects at the
2nd time
595
Receive error _imRva\ueset
_< number
Default
Remarks
1,2
00_99
14
001_999
030
01 "-'99
15
1,2
00_99
000_999
o_ t_mes
15
Time of the detection of auto
disconnect.
000
1
00_99
O5
001 _999
045
1,2
001_999
1oo
The values entered without
596
Transmit level set
--15_00
X dBm
10
"minus
negative.
597
Transmit speed 2400 BPS fixed
mode select
sing" will
be regarded
1..On
2..Off
1,2
-18-
as
Function
(-;ode
Set Value
705
OGM recording time
(Ring detection=A-D)
X sec
706
OGM recording time
(Ring detection=OFF)
X see
Effective Range
Default
00,'-.99
16
00_99
16
Remarks
Transmit speed select
1..9600BPS
2..7200BPS
3..4800BPS
4..2400BPS
1_4
The fall back
starts from each
speed.
718
Receive speed select
1..9600BPS
2..7200BPS
3..4800BPS
4..2400BPS
1_4
The fall back
starts from each
speed.
720
Manual tone detect
1..On
2..Off
1,2
Sets the tone
detection mode
after dialing
manually.
721
Pause tone detect
1..On
2..Off
1,2
Sets the tone
mode in pause.
722
Redial tone detect
1..On
2..Off
1,2
717
Sets the tone
detection mode
after redialing.
1..A
731
CPC mode
2..B
1,2
1
745
Power ON film feed
1..On
2..Off
1,2
1
771
T1 Timer
1..35sec
2..60sec
1,2
815
Sensor & VOX check
"START" input
851
Printer feed test
"START" input
852
Print test pattern
"START" input
853
Top margin
854
Left margin
861
A4 size set
1..On
2, .Off
1,2
DTMF single tone transmit select
When set to ON (=1), the 12 keys and transmission
When set to OFF (=2), the 12 keys and transmission
frequencies are as shown.
frequencies are as shown.
key
"1"
Frequency(Hz)
697
I Key
"5"
_....._h
Low (Hz)
Frequency(Hz)
1209
(Hz)
"2"
770
"_'
1336
697
"3"
852
"7"
1477
770
"4"
852
941
941
-19-
1209
1336
1477
1,2,,
"'3"
1,4,,
,I51J
,t6,,
1,7 II
'1811
_A-i-
|/...vV
j
1-5. SERVICE MODE SETTING VALUES (Example of a printed out list)
[ SERUIL"E DIqTA LIST }
501
50P.
503
510
528
523.
522
523
853
854
SetValue
Code
PAUSE TIME
FLASH T i ME
DIAL SPEED
UOX TIME
CED FRED.
INTL. MODE
AUTO STANDBY
RX EQL.
TOP MRRGIN
L.EFT !'IARG I N
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
[ SPECIAL SERVICE SETTINGS
/
532
2
Code
552
553
Z
1
"_"'SetValue
05e_lS@ms
?e, Zem$
10pps
6sec
2188Hz
OH
ON
OFF
5
5
[DOl...600]*lO_ms
[81...99]_10ms
[I=10
2=20]pps
[1=6
2=4]sec
[1=2188
2=I100]Hz
[1=ON
2=OFF)
[1=ON
2=OFF]
[Z=ON
2=OFF)
51...9]
[1..,81
]
559
1
5_,3
15
578
1
571
14
572
038
573
15
574
2
575
15
57B
1
580
1
596
18
597
2
785
16
582
i
583
ee@
58_
i
587
1
59e
85
591
845
592
2
593
1
594
1
595
100
786
16
717
i
718
i
720
2
721
1
722
I
731
i
745
i
771
1
8E,I
2
Note:
The above values are default
2. TEST FUNCTIONS
• Code
Test mode
PRINT TEST
Type of Mode
[-]0
User mode
Print a test pattern and check the thermal head for
abnormalities (missing dots, etc.), and also check the
operation of the reception motor.
START
MOTOR TEST
Service Mode
Function
• Operation after
code input.
Operation:
1)Idle mode: Press
the MENU,#,9,0,O,O,
x ,5 5,6 buttons
Rotate the transmission
and reception motors to check the
operation of the motors.
2) LC DI__-"
I
3)Input the 2 digits
(Input code)
O0..Stop, 10..Forward RX motor,
01 ..Forward TX
motor, 11..Forward
RX,TX motor,
20..Backward RX
motor, 02..Backward TX motor,
22..Backward RX,
TX motor
4)Press the start button (Stop: press the
stop button)
MODEM TEST
ROM CHECK
Send four kinds of FAX signals to check the sending function
of the modem.
1) OFF
2) 9600bps
3) 7200bps
4) 4800bps
5) 2400bps
6) 300bps
7) 2100Hz
8) 1lOOHz
Service Mode
Service Mode
[][][]
Indicate the version and check sum o! the ROM.
START
SCAN CHECK
Turn on the LEDs of the image sensor and operate the read
Service Mode
system.
START
LCD CHECK
Check the LCD indication.
Illuminate all dots to check if they are normal.
Service Mode
START
- 20 -
[
u I MI- SINGLE
TEST
Service Mode
LED TEST
Service Mode
r'_^-r
i ;L,u
Output the DTMF by single tone.
1..On
2..Off
All LEDs flashes on and off, or is illuminated.
START
KEY CHECK
NNB
Service Mode
START
FACTORY
SET
Check the operation button.
Indicate the button code at LCD while the button is pressed.
key }
any
B@@
Service Mode
Clear the memory in which the user can store data.
START
CCD AUTO
POSITION
ADJUSTMENT
Service Mode
START
SENSOR
CHECK&
VOX CHECK
CHECK SENSOR OPERATION
IDo Sn Co Po Pa Pt Ri I
Do: Document Set Sensor
Sn:Read Position Sensor
Co: Cover Open Sensor
Po: Paper Cut Sensor
Pa: Recording Paper Sensor
Pt: Paper Top Sensor
Ri: Ribbon Sensor
Service Mode
: LCD DISPLAY
: Paper inserted
: at the read Position
: Cover Open
: Sensor On
: Set Recording Paper
: Sensor On
: Sensor On
MONITOR The Vox Signal
When there is sound from LINE or EXT-TEL, Mute, LED
lights ON.
PRINTER
FEED TEST
B@rq
Service Mode
START
Service Mode
PRINT TEST
PATTERN
START
2-1. BUTTON
Code
CODE TABLE
Button Name
Button Name
Code
Code
Button Name
O2
RESOLUTION
22
HELP
35
5
04
05
START/SET
24
DIRECTORY
36
6
LOWER
25
A VOLUME
37
7
O6
COPY
26
V VOLUME
38
8
O7
08
PAPER SAVE
31
1
39
9
SP-PHONE
32
2
3A
0
3B
-)4-
0A
MUTE
33
3
0C
0D
LINE 2 RCV MODE
34
4
LINE 1 RCV MODE
3C
3D
16
ERASE
3E
18
19
NEW MESS/kGES
2O
MENU
MAIL BOX
-21 -
#
REDIAUPAUSE
IFLASH
Code
64
65
66
67
68
69
Button Name
STATION
1
2
6A
6B
6C
6D
STATION
STATION
STATION
STATION
STATION
STATION
STATION
STATION
STATION
6E
STATION 11
6F
EA
EB
EC
ED
LINE 1
STATION
LINE 2
HOLD
CONF
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
12
KX-F1200
t
3. COMMUNICATION
ERROR
FUNCTIONS
3-1. OPERATION
1. Press the MENU button 3 times.
2. press the START/SET button and REDIAL/PAUSE
3. Press the START/SET button.
4. Print out,
3-2. ERROR
CORD
TABLE
Countermeasure
SYMP I L)M
MODE
RESULT
CODEI
button 4 tin _.
i
PRESSED THE STOP
KEY
TX & RX
Communication was interrupted with the STOP button
DOCUMENTJAMMED
TX
Document paper is jammed
NO DOCUMENT
TX
PRINTER OVERHEATED
RX
No document paper
Thermal head is overheated
RX
Out of thermal paper
PAPER OUT
THE COVER WAS OPENED
TX & RX
Cover is open
RX
Recording paper is jammed
I NO RESPONSE
TX
Transmission
41
I COMMUNICATION
ERROR
TX
DCN is received after DCS transmission
42
I COMMUNICATION
ERROR
TX
FTT is received after transmission of 2400BSP training signal
3
43
I COMMUNICATION
ERROR
TX
No response after post message is transmitted
4
44
I COMMUNICATION
ERROR
TX
RTN and PIN are received
5
46
I COMMUNICATION
ERROR
RX
No response after FTT is transmitted
6
7
PAPER JAMMED
4O
is finished when T1 TIMER is expired
1
2
three times
48
I COMMUNICATION
ERROR
RX
49
I COMMUNICATION
ERROR
RX
No post message
RTN is transmitted
5O
I COMMUNICATION
ERROR
RX
PIN is transmitted
51
I COMMUNICATION
ERROR
RX
PIN is transmitted
8
52
I NO RESPONSE
RX
9
53
I COMMUNICATION
ERROR
TX
Reception is finished when T1 TIME is expired
DCN is received after transmission of NSC and DTC
54
I COMMUNICATION
ERROR
RX
DCN is received after DIS transmission
11
300BPS error
12
8
(to PRI-Q)
8
10
57
I COMMUNICATION
ERROR
TX
58
I COMMUNICATION
ERROR
RX
DCN is received after FTT transmission
13
59
I COMMUNICATION
ERROR
TX
DCN responds to post message
14
64
I COMMUNICATION
ERROR
TX
Polling is not possible
15
68
I COMMUNICATION
ERROR
RX
No response at the other party after MCF or CFR is transmitted
DCN is received after CFR transmission
13
16
7O
I COMMUNICATION
ERROR
RX
72
I COMMUNICATION
ERROR
RX
Carrier is cut when image signal is received
RX
Film is Empty
TX & RX
Modem error
FILM EMPTY
FF
I COMMUNICATION ERROR
TX=TRANSMISSION
RX=RECEPTION
'_Most fax communication problems can be resolved by the following steps.
1) Change the transmit level.
2_ Charge the TX speed/RX speed.
If not resolved, see the next page.
- 22 -
13
12
[
KX-hi200
3-3. COUNTERMEASURE
Transmission
is finished when T1 TIMER is expired.
Turn ON the FAX monitor function and transmit the data to the
same receiver.
NO
YES
YES
Confirm if the receiver's FAX
machine is set to the reception
mode or answering machine's
message is on.
Confirm service parameter and
compatibility of both caller's and
receiver's FAX machines.
Confirm the receiver's FAX machine was set to the reception
mode when the previous communication was NG.
DCN is received after DCS transmission.
Confirm the receiver's FAX machine.
J
I YES
_
machine is the "out of pa- _
'_,j:)er
or mechanical errorj_
word of the receiver's FAX ma| chine or set the caller's pass\ word corresponding to the
I / receiver's and transmit the data
l
1 NO
I YEs
FAX machine
to the
f_skeceiver's
the receiver
to set the
ceivable mode and transm(_
)|[ f_2C_2/_'_f_'c°mpatibility/F_x°f_/J_#s/b°th
caller's and
and )
Confirm service parameter
(
/
gain.
- '23 -
KX-F1200
j
F IT is received after transmission
training signal.
(
3.1
of 2400BPS
)
(1) Raise the level of transmission. (Do not
raise the level above the standard of each
country. If the communication should be
OK at the level beyond the standard, it is
attributable to line condition or the
receiver's machine sensitivity condition.)
If no effect is obtained.
(2) Slow down the transmission start speed
and transmit to the receiver again.
IT aoa'n.I
YES
'_1 NO
Ask the receiver to perform FAX
communication from the receiver to the caller.
Check if the line is not interrupted by noises or in the cross
talk. If it is not, wait until the line
is satisfactory for correct communication.
- 24 -
END
J
No response after post message is transmitted
l
three times.
I Inquire the receiver if the
caller's document is facsimiled
correctly.
Ask the service section of the
receiver's FAX machine to confirm the machine condition.
5
J
_-
._)
RTN and PIN are received.
3.1
_,,_
Perform communication
No response after FTT is transmitted.
test us-
ing the LOOP simulator and
check the machine reception
condition.
I
YES
Modem test (Reler to page 20.)
_6._1
.)
1
Check if the line is not interrupted by noises or in the cross
talk, If it is not, wait until the line
is satisfactory for correct communication.
-25
-
KX-F1200
i
No post message
J
I
urn ON the FAX monitor function and have the receiver transmit the data.
7.1
"_
Ask the service section of the
sender's FAX machine for examination.
(Receive Complete)
NO
ITry again.
YES
L
_._t Decrease the RX speed.
8
_)
RTN is transmitted.
PIN
PIN is
is transmitted.
transmitted (to PRI-Q).
I speed
SIow down
and receive
the reception
again. start
}
NO
1
- 26 -
,.
9
_
Necup[ion is finished when I 1 I IME is expired,
J
Change the ring count to "1".
.,YES
Turn ON the FAX monitor function and have the receiver in
question transmit the data
again.
4
I No
YES
I
Cu__tirm i| the receiver's FAX
machine was set to receivable
mode.
( 6.1 )
2f-
e.o 1
KX-F1200
J
C
10
_)
L)(_
IS
I _L_i_J_kJ
all.el
Iraqi
ibllll_5]oli
u[
I_RSU al id L) I (5.
Confirm if a mechanical trouble
occurred, e.g. transmission was
interrupted or document was out
of place, on the receiver side
(being polled).
NO
Ask the receiver to set the poll
mode again and perform polling.
)
]
I
Ask the service section of the
receiver's FAX machine for examination.
DCN is received after DIS transmission.
Confirm if a mechanical trouble
occurred, e.g. the caller interrupted the transmission.
J
NO
Have the caller transmit the data
again.
12
_
300BPS error
Modem error
Check the hardware of the peripherals of the modem.
- 28-
Ask the service section of the
caller's FAX machine for examination.
DCN is received after F]-I transmission.
No response at the other party after MCF or
CFR is transmitted.
DCN is received after CFR transmission.
Confirm if a mechanical trouble
occurred, e.g. the caller interrupted the transmission.
1
J YES
Ask the caller to transmit the
data again.
14
,,_
DCN responds to post message.
Confirm if a mechanical trouble
occurred, e.g. the receiver interrupted the reception.
1
YES
Perform voice communication
with the NG receiver.
Check if the line is not interrupted by noises or in the cross
talk. If it is not, wait until the line
is satisfactory for correct communication.
- 29 -
Ask the receiver to set the
receiver's FAX machine to the
receivable mode and communicate again.
KX-F12UU
J
f
1,5
_
VolhngisJLu_,
pu_Jble.
1
eonlirm if a mechanical trouble
occurred, e.g. transmission
was
interrupted or document was out
of place, on the receiver side
(being polled).
NO
I YES
Ask the receiver to set the Poll
mode again and perform polling.
_
16
1
.._
Carrier is cut when image signal is received.
Perform communication test using the LOOP simulator and
check the machine reception
condition.
-_R-Odem test
efer to page 20.)
I .o
_-
6.1
- 30-
..._
Ask the service section of the
receiver's FAX machine for examination.
4. REMOTE
PROGRAMMING
While a user is talking on the phone, a technician can set the functiohs of customer's unit |rom service center.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
A call comes in service center.
A technician gets a claim from a customer.
He says to the customer "please press MENU button and wait for a moment".
The technician dial '9,0,0,0, _' from his telephone.
The customer's unit is set REMOTE PROGRAMMING MODE and generates remote beep sound.
He hears "Piiii' (one long beep).
He presses 3 digits code of service function written in service manual by dial keypad.
And presses * (set).
The customer's unit receives the service code.
He hears "Piiii" (one long beep).
He presses 1~3 digits value of function written in service manual by dial keypad.
And presses _ (set).
The customer's unit receives the service value.
He hears "Pii Pii" (double short beeps).
Then he can repeat from step 5.
When he wishes to end the REMOTE PROGRAMMING MODE, he replaces the handset on the cradle or the customer
presses the STOP button.
NOTE:
1) To enter the REMOTE PROGRAMMING MODE is necessary in Step 3. Because the unit can not easily enter the
REMOTE PROGRAMMING by DTMF signal from the other party.
2) If he presses wrong buttons when his operation is in step 5 or 6. he hears "Pii Pii Pii" (triple short beeps). Then he can
repeat from the same step.
3) When customer's unit finishes transmitting a list (No. 911,994,999), he can have a voice conversation.
And he can continue the REMOTE PROGRAMMING MODE.
4) When customer's unit start transmitting a list (No. 991,994,999), he does not hear "Pii Pii" (double short beeps).
The unit generate CNG sound.
- 31 -
K,x-I-IZO0
j
4-1. SUMMARY OF REMO1E PROGRAMMING
MODE
START
_ J
Replace the ha_=dset ul=
the cradle or customer
press STOP key
Enter the REMOTE
PROGRAMMING ID 9,0,0,0
END
REMOTE PROGRAMMING
MODE "Piiii"
I
Press mistaken key "Pii
Pii Pii"
Press mistaken key "Pii
Pii Pii"
I
Press a digits code of service
function and then press _ (set)
.1
SERVICE SETTING MODE
"Piiii"
l
Press 1-3 digits value of function and then press _ (set)
SETTING THE FUNCTION "Pii
Pii"
- 32 -
_,_-i
•_-.'. _'ROORAM
MODE
-[ABLE
Code
#01
#02
#03
#04
#07
#08
#09
#10
Function
Set date and time
Your logo
Your telephone number
Print transmission report
FAX ring count
ANS/FAX ring count
Recording time
Remote ANS ID
Set Value
mm/dd/yy hh:mm
up to 30 digits
up to 20 digits
ERROR/ON/OFF
1 to 4 rings
1/2/3/4rings/TOLL
SAVER/RINGER
OFF
VOX/1 MIN
#21
#22
#23
#24
#25
#26
#27
#28
#29
#31
#34
#35
#36
#39
#41
#42
#43
#45
#46
#50
Logo position
Journal auto print
Overseas mode
Junk mail prohibitor
Delayed transmission
Line selection
FAX selection
Line mode
C.O. L selection
Ring detection
Extension copy
Copy reduction
RX reduction
LCD contrast
Remote FAX activation code
Message alert
Recording time alert
Busy message
Ringer mode
Mail box alert
OUT/IN/OFF
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
AUTO/LINE l/LINE 2
AUTO/LINE l/LINE 2
CO/PBX
ON/OFF
OFFIA/BICID
(NONE)
OFF
1
1 ring
VOX
ID=111
OUT
ON
OFF
OFF/ID=22
OFF
AUTO
AUTO
LINE1=C0,LINE2=C0
LINEI=ON_LINE2=0N
OFF
92°/o/72°/o/OF F
92% /86% /72%/OFF
NORMAULIGHT/DARKER
OFF
92%
NORMAL
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
#51
#52
#53
#60
#61
#62
#63
#70
#80
501
502
BOX 1 password
BOX 2 password
BOX 3 password
Common pager
Mail box 1 pager
Mail box 2 pager
Mail box 3 pa_ler
FAX pager
Set default
Pause time set
Flash time set
503
510
520
521
522
523
532
550
551
Dial speed set
VOX time select
CED frequency select
International mode select
Auto standby select
Receive equalizer select
Security mode of erasing mail box
Memory clear
ROM check
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
555
555
555
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
NO
O5O
7O
10
6 sec
2100
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
552
553
554
555
556
557
558
559
561
563
564
DTMF signal tone transmit select
Monitor on FAX communication select
Modem test
Scanner test
Motor test
LED test
LCD test
Paper jam detection select
Key test
CCD position adjustment value set
CCD auto position adjustment
_-,713
Rr_k
o/_ ._elect
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
YES/NO
001-600X 100msec
01~99X 10msec
1:10/2:20pps
1:6 sec/2:4 sec
1:2100/2:1100Hz
I:ON/2:OFF
1:ON/2:OFF
1:ON/2:OFF
1:ON/2:OFF
"START" push
"START" push
1:ON / 2:OFF
1:OFF/2: P-B/3:ALL
"START" push
"START" push
"START' push
"START" push
"START" push
1:ON/2:OFF
"START" push
00-30
1:61/2:67%
- 33 -
Default
(Jan/01/95)
PANASO
OFF
OFF
ON
61%
Remote setting
NG
NG
NG
OK
OK
OK
OK
NG
OK
OK
NG
NG
NG
NG
NG
NG
NG
OK
NG
NG
OK
OK
NG
OK
OK
NG
NG
OK
NG
NG
NG
NG
NG
NG
NG
NG
NG
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
NG
NG
NG
OK
NG
NG
NG
NG
NG
OK
NG
OK
OK
NG
=,.vv
KX-FlZUU
571
572
573
574
575
579
580
582
583
586
587
590
591
592
593
594
595
596
597
705
7O6
717
718
720
721
722
731
745
771
805
8O6
815
851
852
853
854
861
991
994
999
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Function
ITS auto redial time set
ITS auto redial line disconnection time set
Remote turn-on ring number set (LINE 1)
Dial tone detection set
Remote turn-on rin 9 number set (LINE 2)
Auto disconnect cancel time
TAM continuous time select
2 way record
2 way beep time
White line skip 2 select
White line skip 2 select
FAX auto redial time set
FAX auto redial line disconnection time set
CNG transmit select
Time between CED and 300 bps
Overseas DIS detection select
Receive error limit value set
Transmit level set
-Transmit speed 2400bps fixed mode select
OGM recording time (Ring detection=A-D)
OGM recording time (Ring detection=OFF)
Transmit speed select
Receive speed select
Manual tone detect
Pause tone detect
Redial tone detect
CPC mode
Power ON film feed
T1 timer
Busy message out (Speaker)
Bus), message out (LINE 1)
Sensor & VOX check
Printer feed test
Print test pattern print
Top margin
Left margin
A4 size set
Set up list
Journal list
Service list
Set Value
T00-99
001-999
01 ~99
1:ON/2:OFF
01-99
1:350msec/2:180msec/3:OFF
1:ON/2:OFF
1:ON/2:OFF
0-999 msec
1:ON/2:OFF
1:ON/2:OFF
00~99
001-999
1:OFF/2:ALL/3:AUTO
1:75/2:500/3: ls
1:1 st/2:2nd
001-999
-15-00dBm
1:ON/2:OFF
0-99 sec
0~99 sec
Default
14
030
15
OFF
15
350msec
ON
ON
0
ON
ON
05
045
All
75ms
1st
100
10
OFF
16 sec
16 sec
1:9600/2:7200/3:4800/4:2400bps 9600bps
1:9600/2:7200/3:4800/4:2400bps 9600bps
1:ON/2:OFF
OFF
1:ON/2:OFF
ON
1:ON/2:OFF
ON
1:A/2:B
A
1:ON/2:OFF
ON
1:35sec/2:60sec
35sec
"START" push
"START" push
"START" push
1-9
1-8
1:ON/2:OFF
1:Start
1:Start
1:Start
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OFF
Remote settin.q
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
NG
NG
NG
NG
NG
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
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5. SERVICE
HINI
KX-F1200
S
SYMPTOM
CURE
1. Defective general ITS operation
Defective solder IC1 on analog board or check tor solder short.
2. Other defective operation
Defective solder on IC404 or 10405, check for solder short.
(Refer to page 41.)
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....... KX-F1200
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6. GENERAL
6-1. UNIT DOES NOT WORK (NO FUNCTION AT ALL)
I
Does the LCD indicate
I
NO
any charactors ?
I
Display
I Err°ne°us
..
Check power supply.
(Refer to page 37.)
Display
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Check reset circuit.
(Refer to page 38.)
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Check clock pulse.
(Refer to page 39.)
1
Check bus line.
(Refer to page 40.)
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Check key scan and input.
(Refer to page 40.)
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Check IC404.
(Refer to page 41.)
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Check IC405.
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Replace IC401 or IC402 or IC403.
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Note 1) Check power supply
Check the voltage between pin 4 and
pin 5 on 0N401 (Digital board).
NG
_.[ Check-swiichi---ngpower supply section.
(Refer to page 63.)
4.85 (V) <V<5.35 (V)
OK
Check connection between
CN401,402,403 (Digital board) and
CN4 (Analog board).
Insert the connector and cable exactly
into CN401,402,403 and CN4
OK
Check the voltage between pin 3 and 4
of CN4 (Analog board).
NG
I
= ! Replace the connector cable for CN4
(Analog board).
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4.85 (V) _<V_<5.35
(V)
OK
Go to next page (Check reset circuit).
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Note 2) Check reset circuit
NL)
Is the voltage at pin 3 of IC409 4N5 V?
..
Replace IC409.
YES
Is the voltage at pin 8 of IC401 4-5 V?
YES
Is the voltage at pin 36 of IC41 / 4-5 V?
Replace IC401
I
YES
Re0aceC404
NO
Replace IC417.
Is the voltage at pin 66 of IC404 4-5 V?
YES
NO
Is the voltage at pin 67 of IC405 4-5 V?
=-I
Replace IC405.
=[
Replace IC408.
YES
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NO
ts t_e _o\'ta.o_eat. p_r_5 o_\C4Q8, 4-5 ',,/"?
.
END
YES
]
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Note 3) Check clock pulse
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NO
Is the voltage at pins 72,22, of 1(3405 4-5 V? I
!
YES
NO
Is the frequency at pin 68 of IC405 24 MHz?
I
Replace R593 or
C526,LC502,C434,R635.
3-4 Vp-p
YES
Check the frequency at
pin 68 of IC405 again.
J
Is the frequency at pin 81 of
IC404 12 MHz?
OK
NO
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YES
Check the frequency at pin 56 of IC404
3-5 V. T
24 MHz
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Is the frequency at pin 28 of
IC401 16 MHz?
I OK
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NO
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I Replace IC404.
YES
END
NG
Replace R748, R747,
X404, C751, C752,
IC404.
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Replace IC405.
KX-F1200
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Note 4) Check bus line
Is the amplitude at pins 9-15, 17-24 and 30-3/' of
IC401 4-5 Vp-p?
NO
t
Check the short pins of
10401 ,IC402,10403,10404,1C405,1C41/,
(Digital board)
and IC1 (Analog board). Or replace some of these ICs.
YES
END
Note 5) Check key scan and input
Is the waveform at pins 1,3,7,8,11-14,43,44
IC301 (Operation board) shown below?
Y_I-I
of
NO
i
Check connection between CN404 (Digital
board) and CN301 (Operation board).
OK
YES
END
Check the solder at pins 132-136
of IC404.
OK
Replace IC404.
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Insert the cable exactly into
CN301.
NG
I'_A-r
Note 6) Check
IC404
(Digital
Board)
Bus
Is the amplitude at pins 84-89,
101-104 of IC404 4-5 Vp-p?
92-99,
j Check the solder of pins
NO
"/84-89'92-99'101~104
of IC404.
YES
Reset
Is the voltage at a pin 66 of IC404 4-5 V?
NO
Check the solder of these pins.
YES
Is the voltage at pins 37,38,64,65 of IC404
0V?
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NO
YES
J
END
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Check the solder of these pins.
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KX-F1200
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7. DEFECTIVE
7-1. TRANSMIT
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FACSIMILE
SECTION
PROBLEM
USER STOPPED-.*--
TX Problem
STOP key was pressed?
YE_
NO
I
Need to service
No problem
YES
Document jam?
J NO
No obstacle such as a
Only some of document
go through?
YES
piece of plastic in paper
path area?
[
!l NO
All of document go
through, but communication result is error.
I YES
Press down READ SENSOR gently, and release
it to be come up immediately.
NG
If using curl document
such as thermal paper,
make a straight or use
carrier sheet.
,1NO
I
No feed at all even one
page.
I
I
Check motor, gears, oneway clutch and E ring for
one-way clutch.
Clean up separation
roller using dump
clothes.
(Rubbing alcohol)
with
new separation
one.
Replace
roller
1
,r
Need to service
• Check, sensor is installed properly?
/
Check separation rubber
and separation spring.
/
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TX Problem
1
_IIL)I
_--
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KX-F1200
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NO
Pre-Feeding of document?
YL_
I YES
Doesn't start TX
(Doesn't start feeding?)
I Usi-_ngauto dial to send?
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NO
OK
2
• Increase "596:Transmit
level set" from -10 dBm
to -5 dBm or some.
YES
Document goes through.
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Do you press START key
immediately after dialing?
NG
Ask other party, changing RX equalizer & increasing TX level.
t
NO
YES
Decrease TX
level from -10
dBm to -15
dBm or some.
NG
OK
Confirm sent image on
RX side has many errors?
• Decrease "596:Transmit level set" from -10
dBm to -15 dBm or
some.
• Increase "596:Transmit
level set" from -10 dBm
to -5 dBm or
some. or
J Check modem TX level.
1
• Decrease "596:Transmit level set" from -10
dBm to -12 dBm or
some.
parameter of RX error
line value
to more
than. a
Ask
RX party,
increase
OK
(No available)
Change "594: Oversea
DIS detection" to "Detect
at the 2nd time".
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_.._sOonJ_rm "5002 -. OlxlG TY,.
elect" to "ALL".
speed select"
to
/ Change
"717 :Transm'_t
7200,4800 or 2400 bps.
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1
Ask other party, increasing TX level.
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Check other party's machine. (Paper out, Auto
answer off...etc.)
KX-F1200
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7-2. RECEIVE
PROBLEM
Confirm below before starting troubleshooting.
• Recording paper is installed properly?
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RX problem
I Can RX something
anyway?
NO
I YES
..............
Many errors on image?
YES
I NO: Looks OK
value"
to "595:
some. RX error limit
Increase
Change "718:Receive speed
select" to 7200,4800 or 2400
........
bps.
1
i
Ask sender below change.
• Increase "596:Transmit
level set"
I Which mode?
1
I_×
I_×_o_e.
I
I
NO
NO
YES
!_1
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-'--I ANS/FAX ring count is 2, 3 or 4? J
J Change ANS/FAX ring count to 1.J
CED & 300bps" to some
I value.
ncrease "593: time between
Error code No. 68 (Echo)?
YES
level set" from -10dBm to
I Decrease
-12dBm or"596:
some.Transmit
|
Change "718: Receive speed J-=
select" to 7200, 4800 or 2400
bps.
I
I YES
FAX r,ing count is 2, 3 or 4.
Change FAX ring count to1.
1
1
r_°_e.
=
• Increase"596: Transmit
I Ask
sender
level
set". below change.
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{
KX-FI200
uoJ mtm below before starting troubleshooting•
• Recording paper is installed properly?
(PAPER JAM) LCD message
RX problem
LCD message
(OUT OF
PAPER)
(CHECK COVER) LCD massage
Even paper is installed properly.
• Check paper sensor.
Even no jamming, LCD
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Even Top cover is closed.
• Check the platen roller and
shaft holders are installed
properly.
• Check cover switch & a fin
to press down the cover
switch.
.....
Check sensor lever
Check sensor on sensor
board (Replace sensor)
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KX-l':1200
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7-3. DOES
[
NOT COPY
OR COPY
IMAGE
Check recording paper.
IS INCORRECT
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I Check film cartridge
! NG
OK ]_
Check film end sensor
(PSP01)
oKI
NO
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Does any Error message display?
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YES
I
[
heck cover open sensor. (SW1)
Is the recording paper jammed?
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N_.]
YES
I Remove the jammed recording paper.
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NO
Is a beep tone emitted when a document is inserted?
r
=! Check document sensor (PI302).
(Refer to page 48.)
[
YES
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Press Copy button.
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Continued to "2.
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I Set film cartridge
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Does the paper out?
YES
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(PS904).
I (Refer
heck to
paper
sensor
page49.)
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Check paper top _ensor
(PS902)
I
Check paper out sensor
(PS905)
(Refer
pagedrive
50.) operation.
Check to
motor
N_
I Is the paper feed OK?
YES
I
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CopyOK?
f NO
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Perform the printer test.
YES
[
END
OK
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Check read section.
(Refer to page 51.)
Check thermal head.
(Refer to page 55.)
Note 1) Check cover open sensor (SWl)
Is the voltage at pin 47 of IC401
4-5 V when cover close, and 0 V
when cover open?
NO
Check the solder at pin 47 of
IC401
YES
OK I
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Check the motion ot sensor lever.
/
NG
NG
I OK
END
k
Replace lever.
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Replace SWl.
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Replace IC401.
]
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Note 2) Check document
sensor (PI302) (Operation Board)
Check the voltage at pin 19 of
IC301 (4-5 V when document
set, 0 V when no document set.)
Check the solder at PI302.
Check the solder at Q303.
OK
OK
Replace IC301.
f
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Replace PI302.
Note 3) Check read position sensor (PI301) (Operation Board)
Check the voltage at pin 15 of
IC301 (4-5 V) when document
set, 0 V when no document set.
Check the solder at Q303.
OK
OK
Replace IC301.
Check the solder at PI301.
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Repair.
KX-t-i 200
Note
4) Check
paper
sensor
(PS904)
NG
Check the voltage at pin 2 of CN414.
(0 V when recording paper set, 4~5 V
when recording paper out.)
_
heck the connection between CN414
and CN904.
OK
Replace PS904.
Check the voltage at pin 45 of IC401.
(0 V when recording paper set, 4~5 V
when recording paper out.)
NG
t
R564,R510,C580o
heck the solder at pin 45 of IC401 and
OK
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ReplacelC401.
ChecklC401.
49
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Note
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5) Check
motor
driw
ulaut_tlOll
Motor test start
(Refer to page
20.)
1
F
NO
rotate?
Does the platen I
"
I YES
Does the document roller rotate?
r----"
END
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,
|
"
Is the connector (CN409)
loose?
y_-_
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Repair.
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1
NO
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NO I-_
"-I
Check transmission motor
section.
I
•
I Check recep-'-- tion motor secI
tion.
NO
I
I rotate?
Ooes the motor
YL_
OK?
I
J
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t NO
YES
Check foreign
matter in gear,
damaged gear
and motor.
from pins 16,17,
Is
the phase
signal
20-22
of IC404
output?
"
Repair.
NO I
YES
16,17,20-22
IS the solder at pins i _
of IC404 OK?
YES
I Replace
Is the voltage at
pin 8 of IC407.
IC406.
YES
_
NO
Check switching
power supply
section. (Refer to
page 63.)
I
END
I YES
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tor (CN408)
Isthe connec-
_
Repair.
I NO
OK?
I
I No
I Replace Q410.
loose?
]
INO {
-=
NO
[
,- I Is the phase
signal from pins
23-27 of IC404
t
I rotate?
O°esthe m°t°r t N°
YEsYES
/
Isthe voltage at I
emitter of Q403.
+24 V?
YES
Check foreign
matter in gear,
damaged gear
and motor.
YES
_=
NO
Is the solder at
pins 23-27 of
1C404 OK'?.
I
YES
Check switching
power supply
section. (Refer to
page 63.)
NO
YES
I
Repair.
NO
F-
output?
I
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I
Is the voltage at pin 1
of IC407 less than 2 V?
END
YES
OK?
eac
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Check the
connection
of IC407.
I
Is the voltage at
collector of Q403 1
+24 V?
,
Replace IC406.
•
_
/
1
,I
Is the voltage at pin 11
I Replace 1C406. /
_oflC4061essthan2V?
t
_ Replace Q403.
I
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YES
I
NO
NO
YES
_-_
OK?
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Note 6) Check
read section
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Is the glass surface of reading section
clean?
Clean the surface of the glass.
I YES
NG
Perform the scanner test.
I
Copy a document.
1o_
r
END
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LED lamp of the read section light?
Check the connection between CN406
and LED lamp.
I
YES
NG
[Continued
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to "3. I
1°K
Is the voltage at pin 1 of CN406
+24 V?
[
Is the voltage at pin 4 or IC401 4~5V?
YES
I
1
Replace IC401.
base of Q401
Is the voltage
at
0.6~0.7
V?
1
YES
Check the solder of
R411,R412.
Replace Q401.
Is the voltage at
Icollector of Q401.
NO
J
Replace LED lamp.
l
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0V?
!l
YES
NO
pattern between
Check and
Q401
the CN406.
Repair the connection.
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KX-F1200
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*3
Is the amplitude at pins 2~5 of CN405
4~5 Vp-p?
t
check the amplitude at pins 2-5
out cable
ofake
CN405
(4~5 from
Vp-p).CN405, and t___IG
YES
OK
Is the voltage at pin 1 of CN405
+12 V?
NO
I
Check CCD board.
(Refer to page 56)
YES
power supply section.
I (Refer
heck to
switching
page 63.)
Check the solder at pins 12-15 of
IC404.
I OK
Replace IC404.
and read section.
l (Refer
heck to
thepage
waveform
53.) of CCD
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waveform
of read
section
about 2.0 Vp-p
f
CH1 GND
CH2 GND --
Oscilloscope
setting
V: CH1 0.5 V/div
CH2 5 V/div
DC couple, CHOP mode
H: 1 msec / div
Trigger: CH2 SLOPE (+)
Probe point: GND Test point "AG"
CH1 Test point "VID"
CH2 Test point "FTG"
Waveform: (_)CHI: CCD signal
CH2 FTG: GATE signal (trigger)
Note: This waveform will be shown when the CCD reads
the white plate ot document cover.
f
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(,_-1
0.5 V/dw
AC couple
/Air/II
iAiA
i0
about
.2 Vp-p
V_VVVVVVVVV_
(_)-2
about
1 Vp-p
0.5 V/div
AC couple
_VVVVVV'_
about
3.6 V
1 V/div
DC couple
1.8V
GND
NO.
CH1 probe point
(_-1
10801 pin 1 (CCD Board)
(_)-2
CN801 pin 7 (CCD Board)
®
10404 pin 3 (AMON} (Digital Board_
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KX-Fi200
Note/)
Gheck
the thermal
head
NO
Is the voltage at pin 10 of CN4 (Analog
Board) 0 V? (When copying)
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YES
Is the voltage at pin 6
of IC401 4-5 V?
NO
Is the voltage at pins
1,2 of CN301 23-24 V? (Power unit)
YES
YES
is the amplitude at pins
1,4~7 of CN407
4~5 Vp-p?
NO
J YES
Take out CN407 and check the
amplitude again.
/
Isthe amplitude at pins
l--NO
2, 3 of CN407 4~5 Vp-p?
Check the solder at pins
29-32 of IC404 and pin
34 of IC417.
I
I
Replace IC404 or
IC417.
Check the solder R420 R421 C405
R422, C406, C407 and pin 2 of IC404.
Check the cable of
CN407 and CN301.
"
OK
OK
1
check the amplitude
I Take
again.out CN407 and
t_N__G
I
/
thermal
head.
OK
NG
NO
J YES
Replace
NG
Z)K
YES
Check the pin 8 of
CN407
25°C = 2.8V
40°C = 2.1V
80°C = 0.7V
Check the solder at pin
6 of IC401 and Q407.
supply section.
I (Refer
heck to
switching
power
page 63.)
/
J
Check the solder at pin
35 of IC417 and pin 34
of IC404.
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Replace IC401.
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Note 8) Check CCD boarU
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Perform the scanner test. (Refer to page 2(J.)
NO
Is the amplitude at pins 2-5 of CN801 (CCD
board) 4~5 Vp-p?
YES
Take out CN801 ((..;(.;Dboard), and check the
amplitude at pins 2-5 of CN401 (Digital
board). (4-5 Vp-p)
Check the waveform at pin 7 of
CN801 (GCD board),
(Refer to page 54.)
m
NG
OK
Check the solder at pins 12-15
of IC404 (Digital board).
Check the short at pins 2-5 of
CN80. (CCD board)
END
Check
at pin
(CCD
(Refer
the waveform
1 of IC801
board).
to page 54.)
__1
°K
NG
I OK
Replace IC404.
Check R801-804.
OK
Replace Q801, Q802
(CCD board), or perform CCD adjust.
I
Check R801-804.
OK
Replace IC801 (CCD board).
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NG
Replace R801~R804. (CCD board).
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KX-Fi200
/-_. UNI1 (.;AN COPY, BUT CAN NOT TRANSMIT ! RECEIVE
Connect the unit to
the loop simulator.
Switch : TX side T-R
: Connect oscilloscope
1
Modem test start
(Refer to page 20.)
1
Select 462Hz.
I Tip-Ring
Is the fouroutput
signal ?at
Disconnect
simulator.
loop
NO
Is the signal at pin
44 of IC405 output ?
YE_S
between pin 44 of
Check
the trace
IC405 and
Tip-Ring.
Is the siganl at pin 48
of IC405 462Hz
input ?
I NO
Check solder at the
pins 18,48,49 of
10405 and R505,
C515,0514.
I
NO t oflC4132.5V
ls the voltage at? pin 5
Check the trace
between pin 1 of T1
and pin 48 of IC405.
YES
73 of
I pin
Check
theIC404.
solder at
Replace IC405.
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YES
Replace IC405.
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KX-F1200
7-5. UNIT CAN COPY,
COMMUNICATION
BUT CAN NO[
IRANSMIT
J RECEIVE
LONG
DISTANCE
OR INTERNAIIONAL
The following 2 causes can be considered for this.
1) Cause 1
The other party is executing automatic calling, the call has been received by this unit, and this time until response with a L;LU
or DIS signal has been too long. (In almost case, this unit detects CNG signal and can respond to CED or DIS.) (According to
the ITU-T (CCITT) standard, the communication procedure is stopped when there is no response from the other party within
35sec, so that the other party releases the line.)
Line Connection
Time
Voice FAX
Indentification
Time 6sec
about 2 sec
3 sec
1 sec
t
Greeting Send Time
(max.16sec)
(about 4 sec/ring)
CNG
Detect Time
Sign
DIS Signal
send
75 msec
Ringing Time
Max 35 sec
4
Other party
FAX machine
receive the
=,- DIS signal.
Other party FAX
machine dial
(Cause and Countermeasure)
As shown in the above chart, the total handshaking time must be reduced, but because of the long distance connection and
linking of several stations, the line connection time can not be reduced. Accordingly, the following countermeasures should
be tried.
(A) The automatic reception bell number should be 1. (user parameter: code No. 8)
(B) The greeting recording time should be made as short as possible. (if possible, 8sec or less)
(C) As the count of 35sec is started directly after dialing or directly after the START button has been pushed for models with a
START button, the other party should be called manually, if possible, this unit be switched to FAX by__._button when the
greeting is heard, and then the START button should be pushed for FAX communication.
Another possibility is entry of two pauses at the end of the auto dial number of the transmission side, in this way, the start
time for the count can be delayed by 2 pauses (about 10sec).
(Note) For short greeting recording, the greeting button must be pushed to end the greeting recording.
2) Cause 2
Erroneous detection because of echo or erroneous detection because of an echo canceler.
FAX 1
J
J
Station 1
FAX 2
s,
i
S2
iStation 2
#
ji
2 Line Type
2 Line Type
The sea bottom cable or satellite
communication
path. (4 Line Type)
(Echo/Echo Canceler)
The signal from FAX1 reaches FAX2 via the stations 1 and 2, but the reflection signal at station 2 also returns via station 1
(echo). As the distance between station 1 and station 2 is long, the echo returns to FAX 1 max. 600msec after transmission,
so than there is the possibility that this signal is detected erroneously as the signal from FAX2 and that trouble is caused. In
the case of a normal call, there is also the possibility that the echo of the own voice will make the call difficult to understand.
For this reason, each station (station 1, station 2) attaches echo cancelers ($1, $2) in case of international lines or long distance lines. For the echo canceler, the level of the transmission signal from FAX 1 is compared with the level of the reception
signal from the FAX2, and when transmission signal is larger, $1 is closed, while $2 is opened when it is smaller. In other
words, with transmission from FAX1, $1 is closed and $2 is open, so that the echo does not return to FAX1.
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KX-F1200
_Gau_u and (Joulu[urmua_uru)
(Cause A)
When the training signal is transmitted iro_k i AXi c_unngtn_ _u_,._,u_J_caUo_p_u_udu_ at the tlt_u ui traa_mJssion from
FAX1 to FAX2, there is a delay until the echo canceler operates and Sl is closed, so that a part of the head of the training
signal may drop out, normal reception by FAX2 may not be possible, and transmission may not be started.
(Countermeasure A)
When the international line mode becomes ON service mode (code No. 521), a dummy signal is attached to the head of the
training signal to prevent this problem. As this normally is ON, it is necessary to reconfirm that this has not becomes OFF.
When the international mode is switched OFF, the transmission side will try the training signal three times at each speed
(9600BPS, 4800BPS and 2400BPS), and in case of NG, it will drop the speed by one rank (fall-back). When the international
mode is switched ON, each speed will be tried only twice. In other words, the slower speed with fewer errors are reached
more easily. This is done as the line conditions may deteriorate and the picture may be disturbed more easily during communication in case of international lines or long distance communication, even when the training has been OK. The default value
is ON as preference is given to clearer pictures rather than speed.
(Cause B)
The echo canceler operation is stopped with a signal of 2100Hz (i.e. Sl and S2 become ON).
Accordingly, when FAX1 has executed automatic reception, a CED signal is output, and if this signal should be 2100Hz, $1
and $2 will become ON. Then the echo of the DIS signal output afterwards may be received and FAX1 may execute erroneous operation, preventing start of communication.
(Countermeasure
B)
In service mode, the CED signal frequency is set to 1100 Hz (code No.520) or the time setting between the CED signal and
the DIS signal is set from 75msec to 500msec in service mode (code No.593). This is done because the echo canceler operation stop mode is cancelled with an interval of 250msec or more.
(Cause C)
KX-F1200 shall be assumed for FAX1 and a set of a different company shall be assumed for FAX2.
In case of transmission from the KX-F1200 to FAX2, FAX2 executes automatic reception and transmits a CED signal (2100
Hz), followed by a DIS signal. As here the echo cancelers stops as described in cause B, the echo of the DIS signal returns
to FAX2. On the other hand, the KX-F1200 detects the DIS signal and transmits a DCS signal. In other words, it is possible
that the echo of the DIS signal and the DCS signal transmitted from the KX-F1200 reach FAX2 one after the other, FAX2 executes erroneous detection, and communication are not started.
(Countermeasure
C)
When international DIS detection setting is made effective in service mode (code No.594), the KX-F1200 does not respond to
the first DIS signal and returns a DCS signal only for the second DIS signal.
In other words, there is an interval of 250msec between transmission of the first and the second DIS signal, so that the echo
cancelers operation recovers and no echo is generated for the second DIS signal.
Note"
When the other FAX does not respond with a DCS signal after DIS signal transmission, the DIS signal is transmitted three
times for trial.
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KX-F1200
J
3) Summary
Long distance and intuiii_tional
_onilnunication
oputation
COUNTERMEASURE
SYMPTOM
Does not receive in automatic mode.
1. The automatic reception ring count should be made 1.
(user parameter: code No. 8)
2. The greeting message recording time should be made as
short as possible. (if possible, 8 sec or less)
3. If possible, manual transmission should be made from
the transmission side.
4. If possible, two pauses should be inserted at the end of
the auto dial number of the transmission side.
5. If possible, the Function Selector Switch should be
switched from ANS/FAX to FAX.
Does not transmit.
1. Confirm the international line mode ON.
(service mode: code No. 521)
2. International DIS detection setting is made effective.
(service mode: code No. 594)
Does not receive.
1. The time setting between the CED signal and the DIS
signal is set to 500msec. (service mode: code No. 593)
2. The CED frequency is set to 1100Hz.
(service mode: code No. 520)
7-6. UNIT CAN COPY, BUT THE TRANSMISSION AND RECEPTION IMAGE IS INCORRECT
(LONG DISTANCE OR INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION OPERATION)
This depends widely on the transmission and reception capability of the other FAX set and the line conditions.
The countermeasures for this set are shown below.
1) Transmission Operation
The transmitting speed is set to 4800BPS (service mode: code No. 717) or select overseas mode. (Individual correspondence according to the other set is desirable.)
2) Reception Operation
If 80% or more of the reception should be incorrect, set the receiving speed to 4800BPS. (service mode: code No. 718)
8. DEFFECTIVE ATAS (Automatic Telephone Answering System) SECTION
8-1. NO AUTOMATIC
RECEPTION
Check telephone cord and ring
detection circuit. (PC1, C1, R1,
R16, PC5, C31, R31, R46)
Is there a low logic level at
pin 76 or pin 77 of IC1 when
receiving a ring signal ?
I YES
After receiving a ring signal,
is the set OFF-HOOK
automatically/?
_
(Q1 ,R2, R3, PC2, R13, Q4,
heckR33,
PULSE
R32,
PC6,DIAL
R43)CIRCUIT.
YES
Check AUTO DISCONNECT
CIRCUIT. (See page 126.)
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8-2. DOES NOT RECORD
I at
Does
pin a3 voice
of CN9signal
?
appear
Check Digital
(IC701
~ IC703)
TAM UNIT.
1.°
ICI.
Check
IC5, IC8 and pin 55 of
I at
Does
pin a1 voice
of IC14
signal
?
appear
J.o
I (See
heckpage
MIC 125.)
or NCU section.
I
8-3. DOES NOT PLAYBACK
Check Digital TAM UNIT.
(IC701 -IC703)
I atoes
pin a5 voice
of CN9
signal
?
appear
YES
Check IC20, IC21, Q18,
IC10 and IC1.
I at
Does
pin a1 voice
of IC20
signal
?
appear
YES
t
I Check IC12 and Speaker.
8-4. ICM CONTINUES TO RECORD AFTER THE CALLER ON-HOOK
When the caller on-hook, this unit can detect the following 4 signal types.
A. CPC pulse
B. Dial tone or other continuous tones
C. Silence
D. Cyclic signals
A. Check CPC DETECTION CIRCUIT.
B. C.,D.
Check VOX DETECTION
CIRCUIT.
8-5. REMOTE CONTROL DOES NOT WORK/RESPONSE
IS POOR
The following are considered as the cause of no remote reception:
A. Is the ID code the same as set on the unit ?
B. The send signal interferes with the remote signal, causing the remote signal at the line output from circuit to be distored.
C. Excessive loss in telephone line.
A. Check the ID code of the unit.
B. Check NCU section.
C. Test on known telephone line to be working properly.
• If all of the above check are N.G., check the remote signal detection circuit.
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9. DEFECTIVE
ITS (Integ=ated
lelephone
9-1. NO HANDSET and SPEAKERPHONE
System)
TRANSMISSION
SEC[ION
/ RECEPTION
Following the ITS section (Refer to page 131 .) or NCU section (Refer to page 125.), search tor the point in the route betwe_
the handset microphone and the telephone line (sending) or between the telephone line and the handset speaker (receiving)
or between the microphone and the telephone line (sending) or between the telephone line and the speaker (receiving)
where the signal disappears, and check the components at that point.
9-2. NO PULSE DIAL
NO
Is the voltage at
pin 97 or pin 98 of
ICl change between
high level/low level?
"I Remove PC2 or PC6.1
Is the voltage at
pin 97 or 98 of IC1
change between
high level/low level?
YES
INO
Check pulse dial
circuit.
(Refer to page 125.)
=- R13or PC6,
i Replace
PC2,
R43.
I
=[ Check IC1.
]
9-4. NO TONE DIALING
9-3. NO RING TONE
Does a DTMF signal
appear at pin 44 of
IC405 (Digital
board)?
Check bell detection
circuit.
(Refer to page 125.)
J
---_
I YES
Following the NCU section
and ITS section (Refer to
pages 125, 131.), search for
the point in the route between
the IC405 (pin 44) and
telephone jack (Tip/Ring)
where the signal disappears,
and check the components at
that point.
Is the bell detection
circuit OK?
I YES
Does a ring tone
signal appear at
pin 44 of IC404
(Digital Board)?
YES
-_
Replace IC404. I
I YES
Following the ITS section
[Monitor circuit refer to page 130.],
search for the point in the route between the gate array (IC404) and
speaker where the signal disappears,
and check the components at that point.
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Replace IC405.
L__ Rx-i
10. IOI--PI--(.;flVP_. OPERATION
GRILLE
iz_
SECTION
10-1. NO KEY OPERATION
YES
Is the button always
pressed?
•. [ Repair the button.
[.o
"
disconnection of
I CN404
heck (Digital board.)
(Operation
board).
Check IC301.
10-2. NO LCD INDICATION
Is the disconnection of cable and connector
between LCD and Operation board OK?
NO
Repair.
I YES
I ReplaceLCD.
11. DEFECTIVE
J
NO
I
---i_
SWITCHING
11-1. NO OPERATION
YES
POWER
---[
END
SUPPLY
I
_-_
Check IC301.
j
SECTION
It is necessary that power supply is connected to analog board and digital board to
test the power supply.
I 'sFI01 open? I NO
YES
-_ls
Q101 short?
Is D101 short?
YES
Is D201 shorted?
YES
molt
D103 short?
I YES
is Rl15 open?
I YES
may operate.
Check loading side.
--_ Is PC101 shorted? I'_
YES
IslC2Olshorted?
-_ls
The thermal function
ReplaceD103,
D101,
F101,
Rl15.
Q101,
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IYEs+ =[
Replace each part. j
I_,A-I-l_'UU
j
11-2. THE CORHI---L;I VUL I AGE I,._Ob i PU i _-HUlvmi HE 24 V _,'VS__-M U,Ui ,5 V, 12 V ANIJ -12 V ARE NOT
OUTPUT
or
I 5,s R204,
R206
open?
+12, -12
V not
output?
YES
=
Is Q202 shorted?
} YES
NO
=(IsQ203
q
shorted?
Is D207shorted?
)YES
}YES
'r
[ +12 V not output?(
( 5 V not output?
YEs
=[ Is D204 shorted?
]YES
J YES
---(Is D205 shorted?
] YES
.1 YES
=( Is D206 shorted?
} YES
No
1
[ -12 V not output?
[ Replace each part. }
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DISASSEMBLY
KX-r iZ00
INSTRUCTIONS
iRef. No. 1
Procedure
1
I HOW TO REMOVE
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
THE OPERATION
BOARD
AND LCD
Push the front lid open lever in the direction of the arrow to open the operation panel.
Remove the 2 screws (A) and remove the operation panel block.
Remove the 7 screws (B) and remove the operation panel cover.
Remove the 5 screws (C).
Pull out the 1 connector and remove the operation board.
Remove the LCD.
®
®
Operation Panel
Block
Front Lid Open Lever
®
@
.,,
_
®
?
_/ReadingPlate
Connector
ISeparation'S.
©
Operation Board
HOW TO CLEAN:
Clean the reading plat
with cloth soaking in al-I
cohol.
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KX-I- i 200
Ref. No. 2
J
HOW TO REMOVE
THE TOP COVER
Procedure
2
1) Remove the 2 screws (A).
2) Push the installing section in the direction of the arrow to remove the top cover.
Top Cover
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Ref. No. 3
HOW TO REMOVE THE HANDSET CRADLE CABINET AND SPEAKER
Procedure
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Push the front lid open lever to open the operation panel.
Open the top cover.
Remove the TEL. No. Card.
Remove the 3 screws (A).
Remove the handset cradle cabinet.
Remove the 3 screws (B).
Pull out the speaker connector.
Remove the speaker.
No. Card
,®
Iset Cradle Cabinet
Top Cover
(
Connectol
Operation Panel
Front Lid Open Lever
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KX-FI2O6
KX-F1200
Ref. No. 4
j
HOW TO REMOVE THE THERMAL HEAD AND FILM SENSOR BOARD
Procedure
4
1) Open the top cover.
2) Push the green button on the right marked "PUSH" and lift up the thermal head block.
3) Remove the 2 screws (A) and remove the thermal head cover.
4) Pull out the 2 connectors.
5) Remove the thermal head block.
6) Remove the shaft.
7) Remove the film sensor board.
8) Remove the angle from the thermal head.
9) Remove the 2 screws (B) of thermal head and remove the guides.
10) Replace the thermal head.
Top Cover
Thermal Head Block
®
®
.=rmalHead
Cover
Guide-L
@Connector
Film Sensor Board
Thermat
Shaft
HOW TO CLEAN;
Clean the printing surface
ofthermal
headwithol0th
soaking in alcohol.
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Ref.No.5
HOW TO REMOVE THE PAPER SET/OUT sENSOR BOARD
Procedure
5
1) Remove the 2 screws (A).
2) Pull out the connector.
3) Remove the paper set/out sensor board.
®
Connector
Paper Set/Out
Sensor Board
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KX-F1200
KX-F1200
Ref. No. 6
j
HOW TO REMOVE THE LOWER CABINET
Procedure
6
1) Remove the 5 screws (A).
2) Remove the lower cabinet,
l
@
i
Lower Cabinet
Ref. No. 7
HOW TO REMOVE THE POWER SUPPLY BOARD
Procedure
6--*7
1)
Pull out the 3 connectors.
2) Remove the 5 screws (A).
3) Remove the 1 screws (B).
4) Remove the 2 screws (C),
5) Remove the power supply board.
(_
"_
Connector
/
(_
'_r _ _,_
4
•
___
_"'_'_"_
"'_
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i_l -_-- COnnectOr
I]
°\
Connector
I
l
Ref. No. 8
HOW TO REMOVE THE TRANSMISSION
MOTOR BLOCK
Procedure
6-*8
1) Remove the 3 screws (A).
2) Remove the transmission motor block.
(_) (_J
Ref. No. 9
_t--Transmission
Motor Block
HOW TO REMOVE THE RECEPTION MC)TOR BLOCK
Procedure
6--,9
1)
2)
3)
4)
Remove the 3 screws (A).
Remove the cover.
Pull out the 3 connectors.
Remove the 3 red screws (B).
5) Remove the reception motor block.
_"
F
/
_
._,!
/ __'r_Y
j __/_'..__._
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_u_'_)Recepti°n
"_
M°t°r
Bl°ck
®
l'_A-i-I
?.UU
KX-F1200
Ref. No. 10
j
HOW TO REMOVE THE ANALOG AND DIGITAL BOARDS
.............
Procedu re
6---9--, 10
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Remove
Remove
Remove
Remove
Remove
Remove
the
the
the
the
the
the
1 screws (A).
analog board.
3 connectors from analog board.
7 connectors.
4 screws (B).
digital board.
, Connectors
\
//®
,nnector
Analog Board
Digital Board
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KX-F1200
Ref. No. 11 I
Procedure
6-,9-,10--,11
HOW TO REMOVE THE COD UNIT.
I
1) Remove the 2 screws (A).
2) Remove the CCD unit.
®
CCD Unit
®
HOW TO CLEAN;
Clean the glass of CC[
unit with cloth soaking
in alcohol.
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KX-P1200
Ref. No. 12
Procedure
6--,9--,10
---11---12
j
HOW TO REMOVE THE ROLLERS
)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Remove
Remove
Remove
Remove
Remove
the
the
the
the
the
3 screws (A).
transmission motor block.
spacer with minus screwdriver (small size) as shown in following Fig. A.
roller.
gear and spacer from roller shaft and replace roller.
Gear
Gear
\
Spacer
Gear
Separation Roller
"Spacer
Spacer
®
DocumentFeed Rollers
®
Spacer
®
Transmission
Motor Block
Spacer
•
Fig. A
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Ref. No. 13
Procedure
6--*9--, 10
--,8-,7-,13
2) Remove the mechanical chassis.
®
I
®
®
®
,,hanical
Chassis
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KX-/-i200
KX-F1200
i
HOW TO REPLACE
•
FLAT PACKAGE IC
PREPARATION
• SOLDER .....................................
Sparkle Solder 115A-1, 115B-1
OR
Almit Solder KR-19, KR-19RMA
• Soldering iron ..............................
Recommended power consumption will be between 30 W to
40 W.
Temperature of Copper Rod 662 ___50°F(350 ___10 °C)
(An expert may handle 60-80 W iron, but a beginner might
damage the foil by overheating.)
• Flux .............................................
•
HI115
Specific gravity 0.863
(Original flux will be replaced daily.)
PROCEDURE
1. Temporarily fix the FLAT PACKAGE IC by Soldering on two marked pins.
• .................. Temporary soldering point.
*Accurate setting of the IC to the corresponding
soldering foil is vital.
2. Apply flux to the all pins of the FLAT PACKAGE IC.
..........
Flux
3. Solder the specified solder in the direction of the arrow, while slide the soldering iron.
iron
O
Specified solder
•
MODIFICATION
PROCEDURE
OF BRIDGE
1. Re-solder slightly on bridged portion.
2. Remove any remaining solder along the pins using soldering iron as shown below.
j
bridge
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i ZUU
ADJUSTMENTS
1. TABLE
No.
OF TEST EQUIPMENTS
AND TOOL
Jig No.
Test Equipment and Jig Name
1
Oscilloscope
2
CCD Tool
PQZZF500M
3
Extension Cord
PQZZ2K12Z, PQZZ8K18Z
4
Spring Height Tool
PQZZ2F500M
2. ADJUSTING
THE FEEDER
PRESSURE
If misfeeding of document, such a multiple feeding or no feeding, occurs frequently, try to adjust the feeder pressure by following steps below.
A
B C
(1) Slide the lever to open the front lid.
(2) Shift the position of the lever by using an instrument with a
pointed end, like a clip or ball-point pen.
Position A: Case of no feeding
Position B: Standard position
Position C: Case of multiple feeding
(3) Close the lid surely by pressing down on both
ends.
J
,
CONFIRMATION
OF SEPARATION
SPRING
1. Open the operation grille.
2. Check the highest level of the separation spring with the
spring height tool (PQZZ2F500M). Please make sure that the
separation spring does not touch the tool during this
operation. (Both right and left) (See Fig. 1).
3,
Check the lowest level of the separation spring with the
opposite side of the spring height tool. Please make sure that
the separation spring touches the tool during this operation.
(Both right and left) (See Fig. 2).
(2)
>
(i)
TOUCH
NO TOUCH
t °°_.
I
[.it-_ ©
SEPARATION
SPRING HEIGHT TOOL
(PQZZ2F500M)
_o_
SPRING HEIGHT TOOL
(PQZZ2F500M)
SPRING
SEPARATION
Fig. 2
Fig. 1
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SPRING
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I
4. CCD ADJUSTMENTS
Perform the following adjustment after replacing lens and CCD board.
PREPARATION:
1) Remove the CCD unit from set. (Refer to page 73)
2) Make oscilloscope connections as shown in next page.
3) Attach the CCD TOOL on the CCD unit.
4) Connect between CCD unit and digital board with extension cord (Part No. PQZZ8K18Z). (Refer to next page).
5) Connect between LED array and digital board with extension cord (Part No. PQZZ2K12Z). (Refer to next page).
6) Connect AC cord.
7) Press the MENU button.
8) Press the #,9,0,0,0, and w buttons.
9) Press the 5,5 and 5 buttons.
2) Install the lens so that the marking (White or Yellow) on it is
Notes:
upper side.
1) When replacingthe lens,pay attentionto the
3) Do not touch the glass face of the lens with the bare hands.
markingson the lens are whiteand yellow.
Cleaning:
The numberofthe CCD spacersto use differs
If the lens is dirty, clean it with a dry soft cloth.
dependingon the markingas follows.
* Refer to page 180 for the locationofthe CCD
spacer.
Marking on the lens
Number of CCD Spacer
White
0 (not used)
Yellow
1
CCD Tool
(PQZZF500M)
Lens
CCD Unit
Note:
Please adjust with covering topside of the lens by hands in order not to let in outdoor daylight.
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KX-1-12UU
,_UJUSTMENT:
I LENS AND CCD READ POSITION ADJUSTMENT
I
1) Loosen the lens fixing screw and CCD board fixing screw.
2) Adjust the position of the lens and CCD board so that the waveform appears as shown in the figure below.
3) Fix the lens fixing screw and CCD board fixing screw.
Oscilloscope setting
CH1 ........... 0.5 V/div
CH2 ........... 2 V/div
TIME .......... 1 ms
Trigger ....... CH2
Mode ......... AC
OSCILLOSCOPE
To point "FTG".__
*Never connect land "AMON"
To point "VID".
f
CN405
I o L;L;U board
©.__1
FTG
Extension Cord
(Part No. PQZZ8K18Z)
AG
VID O'_-_
©
DG
CN406
(DIGITAL BOARD)
To LED array for CCD Unit.
f
Extension cord (Part No. PQZZ2K12Z)
.
WAVEFORM
Lens fixing screws
MAX.
Lens
(for Lens)
MAX.
(for CCD Board)
CCD board fixing screws
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KX-F1200
WHITE LEVEL ADJUSI IVlI=NI I
1) Remove the CCD TOOL from CCL) ull_t.
2) Attach the white paper on the CCD unit.
3) Attach the CCD TOOL on the CCD unit.
4) Adjust VR801 on the CCD board so that th_ w_clorl_J b_u_J_._, _.2_, u.2V.
Notes:l. After the adjustment is finished, assemble the unit by reversing above pr u_uurt_.
2. Please adjust with covering topside of the lens by hands in order not to let in outdou_ daylighL.
3. If you have no instrument to repair, trim off the chart on next page, then attach on the target gla_.
(This is a temporary treatment. You should use an instrument for this adjustment purpose, if you require _,_,
accurate repairment.)
CCD Tool
(PQZZF5OOM)
White Paper
(ex. PPC Paper)
WAVEFORM
_
5. DOCUMENT
READ START
POSITION
ADJUSTMENT
1) Connect AC cord.
2) Copy the document, and confirm the read start position of the document.
3) If get out of position, adjust the read position.
4) Press the MENU button.
5) Press the #, 9, 0, 0, 0, _ and 5, 6, 3 buttons.
6) Press the r-I,I--I, SET and MENU buttons.
V
30
To move the image to the right direction
15 _--- Standard
(Default)
To move the image to the left direction
00
The starting position of reading shifts 1 mm as number of changes.
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1.2_+_U.2V
I
d(JJUStll_u_L)
iIor le, ,o _ JuuUl.) re_u posJtion _djustment)
edge of the glass
The edge of glass and chart
should be put together, then
fix with tape.
I
level
i
Willie
I
[lOl
KX-F1200
f'/
©
Make sure the position of @ and _.
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_Tape
KX-F1200
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UIRGUI]
1. L_ENERAL
BLOGK
OPERA]
IONS
DIAGRAM
The control section will be explained as shown in the block diagram.
1) CPU (IC401) .......................................................
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
ROM (IC402) .......................................................
Static RAM (IC403) .............................................
Dynamic RAM (IC415, IC416) ............................
RTC (IC408) ........................................................
ASIC (IC404) .......................................................
7) Gate Array (IC417) .............................................
8) MODEM (IC405) .................................................
9) Read Section ......................................................
10)
11)
12)
13)
14)
Thermal Head ...................................................
Motor Driver (IC406,407) ..................................
Reset Circuit (IC409) ........................................
Analog Board ....................................................
Sensor Section .................................................
The CPU fetchs and executes instructlol]_ _,_l,_ h_lvi, wl _
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(from) RAM, writes commands to the ASIC and reads status information from
ASIC.
Contains all of the program instructions for unit operations.
This memory is used mainly for parameter working storage area.
This memory is used mainly for parameter working storage area.
Real time clock.
Composed mainly address decoder and modem control section.
Control the general FAX operation.
Control the operation panel I/F.
Control the thermal head I/F and CCD I/F.
Excution image processing.
Excution image processing.
Executes modulation and demodulation for FAX communications.
Composed of the LED array light source, CCD image sensor to read transmitting
documents.
Contains heating elements for dot matrix image printing.
Drives the transmission motor and the reception motor.
Provides reset pulse to each of the major IC's.
Composed of ITS and TAM circuit, NCU circuit.
Composed of cover open sensor, document sensor, recording paper sensor,
read position sensor, paper set sensor, paper out sensor, paper top sensor, ribbon end sensor.
15) Switching Power Supply Section ...................... Supplies +5 V, +12 V,-12 V and +24 V to the unit.
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INT1
INT2
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Pin Chip Carrier Pin Assignmets
1) Pin Bescriptions
ADO - AD15 Address/Date Bus (input/output).
A16 - A23
Address Bus (output).
RD
Read (output, active Low). RD indicate that the CPU wants to read date from ADO - AD15.
WR
Write (output, active Low). WR indicate that the CPU Address/Data bus (ADO - AD7) holds valid data.
HWR
Write (output, active Low). HWR indicate that the CPU Address/Data bus (AD8 - AD15) holds valid data.
ALE
Address Latch Enable (output, active High). ALE indicate that the CPU Address/Data
valid address.
RESET
Reset (input, active Low).
RAS
Row Address Strove (output, active Low). DRAM interface.
Colomn Address Strove (output, active Low). DRAM interface.
CAS
DMUX
INT1
DRAM address MUltipleX
(output).
Interrupt Request (input).
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A16-A23
ADO
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Column Address
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Refresh Cycle
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MODEM
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EMPTY
20F200H
ANALOG PORT
I/O
20F100H
ASIC (IC404)
INTERNAL RESISTOR
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20E000H
SCREEN DISPOSITION
SRAM
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ROM
256KB
(IC402)
000000H
(CPU ADDRESS)
2-4. ROM (IC402)
The 256KB ROM (EPROM or MASKROM) is used to store program.The addressis 000000H - 03FFFFH.
2-5. STATIC
RAM (IC403)
The 32KB SRAM that is backed up with lithium battery is used. This holds one-touch dial, automatic dial and ID, etc. The address is 300000H - 307FFFH.
2-6. DYNAMIC
RAM (IC415,
416)
This DRAM is used for CPU work. The address is 440000H - 47FFFFH.
1) Read, Write, Refresh timing
Refresh is excuted evey 16.2ps.
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2-7. ASIC (IC404)
This custom IC is used for gefleral FAX operation.
1) DECODER:
Decodes the address of the CPU (IC401) according to the memory map.
2) CPU I/F:
Outputs the INTERRUPT signal.
3) ROM/RAM I/F:
Controls the SELECT signal of ROM or RAM.
4) CCD I/F:
Controls document reading.
5) IMAGE DATA RAM:
Inside ASIC and 8KB. Fig. A indicates the mapping which is used image processing.
6) THERMAL HEAD I/F: Transmits the recorded data to the thermal head.
7) TX MOTOR I/F:
Controls the transmission
motor which feeds the document.
8) RX MOTOR I/F:
Controls the receiving motor which feeds the recording paper.
9) OPE. PANEL I/F:
Serial Interface with Operation panel
10) I/O PORT:
I/O Port Interface (Exa. Sensor etc.)
This memory is built-in to ASIC (IC404) to be used for image processing.
Memory map of Image Data RAM is shown below.
20 DFFFH
SHADING
DATA
2KB
20 D800H
IMAGE PROCESSING
WORK 1KB
LINE MEMORY
4 LINE 1KB
20 D000H
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LINE
MEMORY 2KB
20 C800H
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Explanation
ADO
104
I/O
Pu
CPU (IC401) ADDRESS/DATA
BUS
ADO
AD1
103
I/O
Pu
CPU (IC401) ADDRESS/DATA
BUS
AD1
AD2
102
I/O
Pu
CPU (IC401) ADDRESS/DATA
BUS
AD2
AD3
101
I/O
Pu
CPU (IC401) ADDRESS/DATA
BUS
AD3
AD4
99
I/O
Pu
CPU (IC401) ADDRESS/DATA
BUS
AD4
AD5
98
I/O
Pu
CPU (IC401) ADDRESS/DATA
BUS
AD5
AD6
97
I/O
Pu
CPU (IC401) ADDRESS/DATA
BUS
AD6
AD7
96
I/O
Pu
CPU (IC401) ADDRESS/DATA
BUS
AD7
AD8
95
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Pu
CPU (IC401) ADDRESS/DATA
BUS
AD8
AD9
94
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Pu
CPU (IC401) ADDRESS/DATA
BUS
AD9
AD10
93
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Pu
CPU (IC401) ADDRESS/DATA
BUS
AD10
AD11
92
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Pu
CPU (IC401) ADDRESS/DATA
BUS
AD11
AD12
89
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Pu
CPU (IC401) ADDRESS/DATA
BUS
AD12
AD13
88
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Pu
CPU (IC401) ADDRESS/DATA
BUS
AD13
AD14
87
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Pu
CPU (IC401) ADDRESS/DATA
BUS
AD14
AD15
86
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Pu
112
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Pu
BUS
A16
AD15
A16
CPU (IC401) ADDRESS/DATA
CPU (IC401) ADDRESS BUS
A17
111
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Pu
A18
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Pu
CPU (IC401) ADDRESS BUS
CPU (IC401) ADDRESS BUS
A17
110
A19
A18
A19
109
I
Pu
CPU (IC401) ADDRESS BUS
CPU (IC401) ADDRESS BUS
CPU (IC401) ADDRESS BUS
A20
A21
A22
A20
107
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Pu
A21
106
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Pu
A22
150
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Pu
XUBE
113
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Pu
CPU (IC401) ADDRESS
LOW FIXED
BUS
ALE
83
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Pu
CPU (IC401) ALE
XWR
84
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Pu
CPU (IC401) WR
XRD
85
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Pu
CPU (IC401) RD
XWAIT
80
O
NOT USED
MODE1
37
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LOW FIXED
MODE2
38
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LOW FIXED
MODE3
39
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LOW FIXED
XMINT
72
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NOT USED
INT
79
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XINTACK
78
I/O
XIN
57
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SYSTEM CLOCK (24 MHz) CONNECTION
XOUT
56
O
XTEST
59
O
SYSTEM CLOCK (24 MHz) CONNECTION
NOT USED
CPUCLK
81
O
CPU (IC401) Xl (12 MHz)
CLKIN
60
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CPU (IC401) INT1
NOT USED
LOW FIXED
DA0
DRAM (IC415, 416) ADDRESS A0
DA1
DRAM (IC415, 416) ADDRESS A1
DA2
DRAM (IC415, 416) ADDRESS A2
DA3
DRAM (IC415, 416) ADDRESS A3
DA4
DRAM (IC415, 416) ADDRESS A4
DA5
DRAM (IC415, 416) ADDRESS A5
DA6
DRAM (IC415, 416) ADDRESS A6
DA7
DRAM (IC415, 416) ADDRESS A7
DA8
DRAM (IC415, 416) ADDRESS A8
DA9
DRAM (IC415, 416) ADDRESS A9
NOT USED
XRAS1
XRAS2
NOT USED
XCASH
NOT USED
DMUX
CPU (IC401) DMUX
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Explanation
FTG
12
F1
15
0
0
01 SIGNAL OUTPUT FOR CCD
F2
14
0
02 SIGNAL OUTPUT FOR CCD
FR
13
0
RS SIGNAL OUTPUT FOR CCD
VIDRST
11
0
CLAMP CONTROL SIGNAL FOR DC PLAY BACK
SPHCLK
10
DARKON
9
0
0
S/H CLOCK SIGNAL FOR LIGHT SCHIELD OUTPUT CLAMP
ADSEL1
8
0
CHANNEL SELECT SIGNAL FOR AIN 2 TERMINAL
ADSEL2
7
0
0
CHANNEL SELECT SIGNAL FOR AIN 2 TERMINAL A/D INPUT
0
0
CLOCK OUTPUT FOR DATA TRANSFER TO THERMAL HEAD
0
0
STROBE SIGNAL OUTPUT TO THERMAL HEAD
STROBE SIGNAL OUTPUT TO THERMAL HEAD
STROBE SIGNAL OUTPUT TO THERMAL HEAD
SH SIGNAL OUTPUT FOR CCD
IMAGE SIGNAL S/H CLOCK SIGNAL
RECORDED
A/D INPUT
THDAT
33
IMAGE OUTPUT TO THERMAL HEAD
THCLK
35
THLAT
34
STB1
29
STB2
30
STB3
31
STB4
32
0
0
STBNP
28
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THERMAL HEAD STROBE SIGNALS POLARITY CONTROL SIGNAL
TM0
23
TRANSFER MOTOR A PHASE
TM1
24
0
0
TM2
25
0
TRANSFER MOTOR/A PHASE
TM3
26
27
0
0
TRANSFER MOTOR/B
TXE
RM0 (PS1)
17
0
TRANSFER MOTOR A PHASE
RM1 (PS2)
16
TRANSFER MOTOR B PHASE
RM2 (PS3)
2O
0
0
RM3 (PS4)
RXE
21
0
TRANSFER MOTOR/B
22
TRANSFER MOTOR ENABLE SIGNAL
BELL
42
PULSE OUTPUT FOR DATA LATCH TO THERMAL HEAD
STROBE SIGNAL OUTPUT TO THERMAL HEAD
TRANSFER MOTOR B PHASE
PHASE
TRANSFER MOTOR ENABLE SIGNAL
TRANSFER MOTOR/A PHASE
PHASE
TONE1
43
0
0
0
TONE2
44
0
TONE OUTPUT, FOR BEEpoKEY TONEoALARM
XROMCS
74
75
0
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ROM (IC402) CHIP SELECT
XRAMCS1
XMDMCS
73
0
MODEM (IC405) CHIP SELECT
XRESCS
70
ANALOG BOARD (IC1) CHIP SELECT
XRESCS2
69
0
0
XRESCS3
68
0
CHIP SELECT FOR SPARE (NOT USED)
XRESCS4
67
0
CHIP SELECT FOR SPARE (NOT USED)
XWDERR
114
WATCHED ERROR OUTPUT SIGNAL
16Hz GENERATES
TONE OUTPUT, FOR BEEpoKEY TONE.ALARM
RAM (IC403) CHIP SELECT
RTC (IC408) CHIP SELECT
RVN (PS5)
4O
CPC
41
0
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62
0
NOT USED
TAMDAT
63
XOPRBE
71
0
0
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
KSTART
136
0
OPERATION PANEL CONTROL GAI/F
KLATCH
135
OPERATION PANEL CONTROL GAI/F
KXCLK
134
0
0
OPERATION
PANEL CONTROL GAI/F
KTXD
133
0
OPERATION
PANEL CONTROL GAI/F
KRXD
PANEL CONTROL GAI/F
132
0
OPERATION
LA0
53
LATCH ADDRESS LA0
LA1
52
0
0
LATCH ADDRESS LA1
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LA2
LA3
Explanation
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LATCH ADDRESS LA2
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LATCH ADDRESS LA3
LA4
49
0
LATCH ADDRESS LA4
LA5
48
I/O
LATCH ADDRESS LA5
LA6
47
I/O
LATCH ADDRESS LA6
LA7
46
I/O
MODE4
61
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LOW FIXED
BA15
77
O
NOT USED
BA16
76
O
NOT USED
XRESET
66
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SYSTEM RESET SIGNAL INPUT
TEST1
64
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LOW FIXED
TEST2
65
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LOW FIXED
LATCH ADDRESS LA7
AIN1
4
CCD IMAGE SIGNAL INPUT
AIN2
2
THERMISTER
VCL
5
ANALOG PART STANDARD VOLTAGE SIGNAL OUTPUT/INPUT
AMON
3
TEMPARATURE
WATCH INPUT
TERMINAL (IN RESISTOR, POSSIBLE TO INPUT.)
BIAS
143
ANALOG SIGNAL MONITOR TERMINAL
AiD CONVERTER'S
BIAS VOLTAGE OUTPUT,
CONNECT BYPASS CONDENSOR
VREFB
137
A/C CONVERTER'S
ZERO STANDART VOLTAGE OUTPUT
VREFH
142
A/D CONVERTER'S
1/2 FULL SCALE VOLTAGE OUTPUT,
CONNECT BYPASS CONDENSOR
VREFT
140
A/C CONVERTER'S
FULL SCALE VOLTAGE OUTPUT,
CONNECT BYPASS CONDENSOR
VDDA
141
A/D CONVERTER
VDD (+5V)
VSSA
144
A/D CONVERTER
VSS (GND)
VDDB
6
S/H, CLAMP, AGC VDD (+5V)
VSSB
1
S/H, CLAMP, AGC VSS (GND)
VDDC
139
A/D CONVERTER'S
VDD (+5V) FOR REFERENCE
VSSC
138
ND CONVERTER'S
VSS (GND) FOR REFERENCE
VDD
18
Power Sorce (+5V)
VDD
45
Power Sorce (+5V)
VDD
54
Power Sorce (+5V)
VDD
82
Power Sorce (+5V)
VDD
90
Power Sorce (+5V)
VDD
117
Power Sorce (+5V)
VDD
126
Power Sorce (+5V)
VSS
19
Power Sorce (GND)
VSS
36
Power Sorce (GND)
VSS
55
Power Sorce (GND)
VSS
58
Power Sorce (GND)
VSS
91
Power Sorce (GND)
VSS
100
Power Sorce (GND)
VSS
108
Power Sorce (GND)
VSS
127
Power Sorce (GND)
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sent to the thermal head.
Reduction rate is possible to be set at about 72%, 86%, 92% and 100% by MODE 0 and 1.
MODE0
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Reduction rate
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100%
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92%
1
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86%
1
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72%
The latch latches a address of high-ranking byte AD8-15
The inverter is used in the reset circuit.
IC417
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IC404
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THDAT
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LATI0-7
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in CPU (IC 401) to output LA8-15.
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circuit
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> NEWTHDAT
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Pin No.
NO.
(IC417)
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Explanation
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Initializing reduced circuit
THCLK
44
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Clock input
THLAT
43
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Latch input
THDAT
42
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Data input
NEWTHCLK
35
O
Reduced clock output
NEWTHDAT
34
O
Reduced data output
MODE0
5
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MODE1
2
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MODE2
1
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LATI0
16
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Pu
Latch input 0
LATI 1
15
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Pu
Latch input 1
LATI2
14
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Pu
Latch input 2
LATI3
13
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Pu
Latch input 3
LATI4
11
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Pu
Latch input 4
LATI5
10
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Pu
Latch input 5
LATI6
9
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Pu
Latch input 6
LATI7
8
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Pu
Latch input 7
ALE
Pu
Latch gate input
Reduction rate setting MODE0=0,MOVE1=1--*100%MODE0=0,MOVE1=0 --" 92%
MODE0=1,MOVEI=0--, 86% MODE0=I,MOVE1=1--, 72%
Mode setting
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28
O
Latch output 0
LATOI
27
O
Latch output 1
LATO2
26
O
Latch output 2
LATO3
25
O
Latch output 3
LATO4
29
O
Latch output 4
LATO5
30
O
Latch output 5
LATO6
31
O
Latch output 6
LATO7
32
O
Latch output 7
24
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Inverter input 0
INVII
20
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Inverter input 1
INVI2
22
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Inverter input 2
INVI3
21
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Inverter input 3
INVO0
37
O
Inverter output 0
INVOI
38
O
Inverter output 1
INVO2
36
O
Inverter output 2
INVO3
19
I/O
XRAS
23
I
Inverter output 3
Not used
6
I
Not used
ADR
33
I
Not used
XRAS0
4O
O
Not used
XRASI
41
O
Not used
MODE3
12
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Mode setting (Fixed 5V)
4
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Hard reset
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XREFSH
XRESET
--
RESET
18
I/O
VDD
39
Inverter output of XRESET._(.Not used)
Power
VSS
17
GND
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The output from pin 3 of the Reset IC (IC409) resets the CPU (IC401), the gate array (IC404), the modem (IC405), the gate
array on the operating board (IC301), the Port IC (IC1) on the analog board through the IC410.
(1) During to momentary power interruption, a positive reset pulse of 175 msec or more is generated and the system is reset
completely.
This is done to prevent partial resetting and system runaway during power fluctuation.
Timing Chart
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(2) When pin 3 of the IC409 becomes low level, it will prohibit the RAM (IC403) from changing data.
The RAM (IC403) go into the backup mode, when they are backed up by the lithium battery.
Circuit Diagram
+5V
IC409
R703
C701
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7
J20
WDERR
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RESET (TO ANALOG BOARD)
36
RAM (IC403)
19
IC411
24
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RESET (TO OPERATION
BOARD)
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(3) The watch dog tim_l, built-in the gate aJJay (IC404), is initialized by the CPU (IC401) about every 1.5 ms.
When the watchdo.___g__Eor
occurs, pin 114 of the gate array (10404) becomes low level.
The terminal of WDERR signal is connected to the reset line, so WDERR signal works as the reset signal.
Circuit Diagram
GATE ARRAY
IC404
CPU
I0401
MODEM
10405
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IC417
PORT IC
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KX-I-i
UP L;IHL;UII
t) Function
This unit has a lithium battery (BAT[), which wu_r,s for thu RAIVl (10403) and Real Time Clock IC (R] C,I0408).
The user parameter of autodial numbers, the transmission ID, the system setup date and so on are stored in the RAM
(IC403).
The RTC (IC408) continues functioning,
even when the power switch is OFF, back up by the lithium battery.
2) Oircuit Operation
When the power switch is turned ON, thus supplying the power through the IC409 to the RAM (IC403) and RTC (IC408). At
this time, the voltage at pin 28 of the RAM and pin 8 of the RTC are +5 V. When the power switch is turned OFF, the BATT
supplies the power to the RAM and RTC through the JMP1, R701 and IC409. At the time, the voltage at pin 28 of the RAM
and pin 8 of the RTC are about +2.5 V. When the power switch is OFF and the voltage of +15 V goes down, the Reset IC.
(IC409) outputs the reset signals. Pin 28 of the RAM (IC403) and pin 8 of the RTC (IC408) become low level, then the RAM
and RTC go into the back up mode, when the power consumption is less.
Circuit Diagram
+5V
RAM
IC403
IC409
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VBT
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6
RTC
IC408
8--L-- ¢cc
4
R701
3 -4Bh-
JMP1
x403
C714 T
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_-C715
200
r,_A-(1 zuu
2-11.
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REALIIM_-
L;LU(JK
This is Clock IC. And it is backuppuu by lll.tJlulil bd[tcly.
This IC reads and writes the data by serial interface.
The serial interface signal is produced in the software, and uutput Iro_ I/L) purl. of CPU (iC 401).
These timings are shown below.
Read Timing
CS
J
L
about 60ps
64
SCK
I.IIII
SlO
Read c'o'mmand
_--
Clock • Calender data
Write Timing
CS
J
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_1
SCK
SlO
19
L(L(L(L(l_lLI
64
......
_(, iolo11(x
xlxlx( I
Write command
(111(
Clock • Calender data
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KX-F1200
HF.AD ]EMPF'HATURE
1) Function
Thermal head temperature is disposed to convert voltage to digital data by using A/D cwwerter of IC404. The CPU decides
the strobe width of the thermal head according to this value. Therefore, this circuit can keep the thermal head at an even
temperature in order to stabilize the printing density and prevent the head from being overheated.
Circuit Diagram
29
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TO THERMALHEAD
¢
IHHEAD
,,
\
\
30
31
32
3_
NEWTHDAT
THDAT142
33
,_
NEWTHCLKI0417 THCLK144
THLATh43
35
34
8
STB1
STB2
STB3
STB4
THDAT
THCLK
THLAT
ADSEL1
AIN2
C405
R420 1
C407
10404
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J
Timing Chart
I
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Effective signal
measure effective signal level
©
1.82V
!:
=-!
ref LEVEL CLAMP
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IC4 internal bias
CLAMP
KX-F1200
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2-13. LED ARRAY
The LED ARRAY will light during transmission and copying as a light source to rucuynlze documeni cnarac[uf_,
graphics on a document.
It is also possible to light the LED ARRAY in the test mode.
patteii_s, {Jr
Circuit Diagram
+24V
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ABOUT 10V (LED OFF)
0V (LED ON)
(_) IC401
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LED ARRAY
5V (LED ON)
0V (LED OFF)
MAIN BOARD
3. FACSIMILE
3-1. IMAGE
SECTION
DATA FLOW
DURING
FACSIMILE
OPERATION
COPY (Fine, Super-Fine,
Half Tone)
1) Line information is read by CCD, by way of route (_), it is inputted to IC404.
2) In IC404, data is adjusted to suitable level for A/D conversion at Analog Signal Processing Section, and by way ot route
(_ it is inputted to A/D conversion (8 bit). After finishing A/D conversion, data is inputted to Image Processing Section by
way of route@, and by way of routes (_)and (_), it is stored in RAM as shading data.
3) Draft's information that is read by CCD is inputted to IC404 by way of route(_, and after adjusting to suitable level for A/D
conversion by way of route(_
draft's information is converted to A/D (8 bit), and it is inputted to Image Processing Sec
tion. The other side, the shading data which flows from RAM by way of routes (_and(_),
it is inputted to Image Process
ing Section, and after finishing of draft's information's image processing, white is regarded as "0" and black is regarded as
"1", and by way of routes (_) and (_ they are stored in RAM.
4) White/Black data stored as above description 3), by way of routes (_)and _ it is inputted to P/S converter. White/Black
data converted to serial data in P/S converter is inputted to Thermal Head by way of route (_)and it is printed out on re
cording paper.
Note: Standard;
Read 3.58 times/mm
Fine;
Read 7.7 times/mm
Super-Fine;
Read 15.4 times/ram
Transmission
1) Same processing of COPY items 1) - 3).
2) Data stored in RAM of IC404 is outputted from IC404 by way of routes (_and
(_)), and it is stored in system bus, and by
wa_] o4 route (_, it is stored in communication bu_er inside DRAM (,10415,10,416).
3) While fetching data stored in communication butter s_/nchronous
with modem, CPU (I0401) inputs data to modem along
route (_), where it is converted to serial analog data and forwarded over telephone lines via NCU Section.
Reception
1) Serial analog image data is received over telephone lines and input to the modem via NCU section, where it is demodulated to parallel digital data. Then the CPU (IC401) stores the data in the communication buffer DRAM (IC415,1C416)
along route (_.
2) Data stored in DRAM (IC415,1C416) is decoded by CPU (IC401) by way of route (_), and it is stored in DRAM
(IC415,1C416) by way of routes (_) and (_
3) Same processing of COPY item 4).
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KX-r
Block Diagram
IC404
®
6YSTI-M
BUS
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IMAGE
CD
SENSOR
IU41bt411o
\
RAM
ANALOG
SIGNAL
PROCESSING
SECTION
IMAGE
PROCESSING
SECTION
IC402
ROM
/
\IC401
CPU
__/
,
\
®
P/S
CONVERTER
MODEM
I IC405
NCU
TEL.
LINE
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THERMAL
HEAD
i 200
KX-F1200
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3-2. THERMAL
HEAD
1) Function
This unit utilizes state of the art ther,lal primer technology.
The ink film is chemically processed. When the thermal head contacts this ink lilm it emits heat momentarily, ink film is
melted and transfered to the paper. If this point is continued, litters and/or diagrams appear, and the original document is reproduced.
COMPOSITION
OF THE RECEIVE RECORD SECTION (THERMAL RECORDING
FORMAT)
Thermal Head
\
_
, jlnkFilm
.______ Paper
Platen Roller
2) Circuit Operation
There are 27 driver ICs aligned horizontally on the thermal head and each one of these ICs can drive 64 heat emitting registers. This means that one line is at a density of 64X27=1728 dots=(8 dots/mm).
White/Black (white=0, black=l) data in one line increments is synchronized at IC417 pin 35 (NEWTHCLK) and sent from
IC417 pin 34 (NEWTHDAT) to the shift register of the iCs. The shift registers of the 27 ICs are connected in series, and upon
shift of 1728 dot increment, all the shift register become filled with data, and a latch pulse is emitted to each IC from IC404
pin 34 (THLAT).
With this latch pulse, all the contents of shift registers are latched to the latch registers. Thereafter, through the addition of
strobe from the IC404 pins (29, 30, 31,32) only dot of location of black (=1) among latched data activates driver, and current
passes to heat emitting body to cause heat emission.
Here the strobe of four lines STB1 to STB4 impresses at intervals of 9.216 msec, as required for one-line printout, for each
1/4th of 27 IC unit (6 unit or 7 unit) upon each time interval divided into four equal increments.
The sequence is as shown below. [Moreover, in the case of strobe width, the resistance value of the thermistor inside the
thermal head is constantly detected by IC404 pin 2, and vales from the ROM (IC402) table corresponding to temperatures
eliminate temperature changes of density through setting by CPU (IC401).]
When the thermal head is not used, the IC401 (6, TH-POWER) becomes low level, Q407 becomes OFF, RL201 breaks, and
the +24 V power supply for the thermal head driver is not impressed to protect the IC.
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KX-F1200
Circuit Diagram
UIUI
IAL
_WilCHING
UUAHU
POWEH
SUPPLY
BOARD
]HERMAL HEAD
CN2
24_::_01
IoPo I
ON3i
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_N_03[.
ASIC
(ITHLAT_C404)
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R418
_,_/_
THLAT
R419
THDAT
1:1417
THCLK
THDAT_
THCLK_
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;TB2_3
T_ _
_]
GATEARRAY
(IC417)
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j,_
;[d
-H#...o,s_°l
,.,-H.
;o_o'_';o
!1
11 ....
R413
R414
R415
,y
1:1420
ADSEL1_ --
--
/
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R421
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fR422
140;
Timing Chart
(3.0 psecx1728)
CN407
=
PRINT DATA
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5.184 msec
NEXT LINE PRINT DATA
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,,---I.
1 ,f--3.0
1728 pcs _._
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msoc
,
-'
,
1728 pcs
320"pcs
IF
3.0,seo
THLAT
___
about
1.8 msec
(at 25°C)
TEMPERATURE
C)
STB1
(_)
STB2
(_)
STB3
(_)
STB4
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,
'4
,
9.216msec
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(Copy)
OF THERMAL
HEAD
KX-F1200
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3-3. READ
SECTION
1) Function
eA document is illuminated by the LED array, alld the reflections pass through the reduction-projection lens and are imaged on the CCD image sensor.
eThe document image is photoelectrically transferred by the CCD image sensor, and an analog image signal corresponding to one line of the document is continuously output.
• The analog image signal enters the image signal processing circuit in ASIC (IC404) and then is coverted into a digital
data.
2) Circuit Operation
[Start]
When the START/COPY button is pressed, IC401 pin4 goesto a highlevel and Q401 is turnedON, whichmakes CN406
pin 2 go to a low leveland the voltageappliedto the LED array to turnon the LED.
F1, F2, FR and FTG signalsare outputto the CCD boardto drivethe CCD image sensor.Therefore,when the LED is
turnedON, the VIDEO (analogimage signal)is outputfrom the CCD boardto CN405 pin 7.
CCD Scanner Timing Chart (1 Dot Cycle)
F1
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VIDEO
A/D data valid
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Block Diagram
+12V
LED
ARRAY
CCD
BOARD
_
;N405
L401
IR404
IC404
R402
15
F1
14
F2
DOCUMENT
3
R407
o- -------W_
4
R408
o- ------_
5
R409
FTG
o-_
6,8
7
--
R424:
1114
VIDEO
FR
AIN1
IL402
+5V
!A0-A15 D0~D7
O0
R405 L
+24V
_5
ov
R411
A0-A15 DO~D7
(cPu)
IC401
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J-_. ,._1I-PPING MOTOR DRIVE CIRCUIT
1) Function
Two individual stepping motors are used for transmission and reception. They feed document or recording paper synchronized for reading or printing.
9) TX Motor
During motor drive, gate array IC404 pin 27 becomes high level, driver IC406 pin 14 becomes low level, and Q403 go ON as
a result, +24 V is supplied to the motor coil.
Stepping pulses are output form gate array IC404 pins, 23~26, causing driver IC406 pins, 10-13 drives TX Motor Coil. The
motor coil is energized sequentially in 2 phase increments, which causes a 1-step rotation. Rotation of 1-step feeds 0.13mm
of recording paper or document paper.
Timing chart is below.
Stepping Motor Timing Chart
• 2-2 Phase
• 1-2 Phase
TM0
r
TM1
TM2
TM3
1/217 (sec)
Stepping
1/217 (sec)
Motor Drive Mode
Function
Mode
Phase Pattern
Speed
Copy
Fine
1-2
217 pps
FAX
Standard
2-2
217 pps (MAX.)
Fine or
1-2
217 pps (MAX.)
Paper Feed
2-2
217 pps
Stand-by
All phase current
Stopped
Half tone
off.
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KX-F1200
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Circuit Diagram
+24V
GA I b_ARRAY
(IC404)
R602
10406
+bV
'
D602
TXE
27
3
2
CN408
TM0
23
10
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TM1
24
TM2
25
TM3
26
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3
12
2
e
_ _ TRANSMISSION
MOTOR
When the motor is stopped long time (about 70-80 msec) at receive mode, gate array IC404 pin 27 become_ low lewl a,,d
driver IC406 pin 14 becomes high level. This causes Q403 to also go OFF, and instead of +24 V, +5 V is supplied through
D602 so that the motor is held in place. When the system is in the stand-by mode, all of the motor drive transistor is OFF.
Therefore the motor current is OFF.
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KX-F1200
3) RX Motor
RX motor is used to transier the recording paper and ink ribbon and its torque is higher than that of ] X motor. Therefore, TX
motor driver uses the transistor array but RX motor driver uses the chopper IC of current drive type.
The inside of chopper IC and the peripheral circuit diagram are shown below.
Circuit Diagram
CN409
+24V
o
,
o-
o--.o--
RX Motor
IC407
B
#-_
II
#.(
II
C607
C606
R631
iR632
_633
+5V
PG(Power GND)
Motor
Crrent
_"
-{
Control L
Phase
Pattern
Motor t
R640
IC404-RXE
CPU-P32
CPU-P33
R628
R621
R627
R629
_)
IC404-RM0
O INA
IC404-RM1
O INB
.0vl-;o;::
IC404-RM2
IC404-RM3
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0604
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bove
motor
driverlC
input
KX-F1200
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Stepping Motor Timing Chart
RM0
RM1
• 2-2 Phasu
• 1-2 Phase
[__J l__J I__I-I__J--I__I--L_$
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RM3
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1/217 (see)
Stepping Motor Drive Mode
Function
Mode
Phase Pattern
Speed
Fine
1-2
217 pps
Standard
2-2
217 pps (MAX.)
Fine or
1-2
217 pps (MAX.)
1-2 or
217 pps or
2-2
326 pps
List Print
2-2
217 pps
Stand-by
All phase current
Stopped
Copy
Demonstration
FAX
Print
Half Tone
Paper Feed
off.
•_ Paper feed include film feed at cover close, non printing area feed, feed for top of page, error feed....etc.
Motor Current Control
Motor Drive
CPU Port
Drive Pattern
P 32
High level
P 33
Unused
Motor Stop
Low level
Unused
RXE
High level
Low level
RM0
refer to timing chert
Low level
RM1
refer to timing chert
Low level
RM2
refer to timing chert
High level
RM3
refer to timing chert
High level
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3-5. SENSORS AND SWITCHES
KX-F1200 has many paper, film handring and check cover sensor. All of sensor shows below.
Sensor Circuit
Sensor
Sensor name
Location
Operation Panel
Mainly LCD Error
Message at sensor fail
PI302
Document
[CHECK DOCUMENTJ
PI301
Document
[REMOVE DOCUMENTJ
Read Position
DigitalPCB &
Sensor PCB
PS904
Paper Set
rOUT OF PAPERJ
PS902
Paper Top
[CHECK CASSETTEJ
PS905
Paper Out
[PAPER JAMMEDJ
PS901
Film End
[FILE EMPTYJ
SW1
Cover
[CHECK COVERJ
•_ See TEST FUNCTION - SENSOR CHECK SECTION for sensor test. (c.f. #815 and #801 of Service Mode test.)
Sensor Location
PI302
DocumentSensor
Coversensor
/Cover
PI301
Document
read positionsensor
PS901
Filmendsensor
Thermal
Head
PS904
Paper tray
pS_top sensor
KX-F1200
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[Paper Set Sensor (PS904)]
When recording paper is present, the shelter plate passes the sensor light, the phototransistor becomes ON, and the input
signal of IC401-45 pin (CPU) becomes low level. When the set runs out of recording paper, the shelter plate shuts the sensor
light, the phototransistor becomes OFF, and the input signal of IC401-45 pin becomes high level.
+5V
SHELTER PLATE
CN904
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PS904
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CPU
IC401
Q420_
1
-----o
2
o
3
o
o
_=x_u4 152
T-'_
R_0
P34
4
o
5
o
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c,T
Sensor P.C.B.
Digital P.C.B.
Phototransistor
Signal (IC401-45 pin)
Set Recording Paper
ON
Low level
No Recording Paper
OFF
High level
[Paper Out Sensor (JAM Sensor) (PS905)]
When the recording paper is jammed, the shelter plate shuts the sensor light, the phototransistor becomes OFF and the input
signal of IC401-406 (CPU) becomes high level. Usually, the shelter plate passes the sensor light, the phototransistor, becomes ON, and the input signal of IC401-46 pin becomes low level.
+5V
SHELTER PLATE
Q42(]
PS905.
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CPU
IC401
CN414
CN904
11
o
o
P34
+5V
o-.....
:
----o
4
o
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R566
R612
_,|
C582 T
Phototransistor
Signal (IC401-46 pin)
NO JAM
ON
Low level
JAM
OFF
High level
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46
P73
[
[Paper
top Sensor
t_-I-
l _UU
(PSg02)]
When the recording paper is loaded to print head, the shelter plate shuts the sensor light, the pt_ototra_sistor becomes OFF.
And the input signal of IC401-44 (CPU) becomes high level. Usally, the shelter plate passes the sensor light, the
phototransistor becomes ON, and the input signal of IC401-44 pin becomes low level.
SHELTER PLATE
+5V
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Psg°21;
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IC401
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44
P73
3
52
Sensor P.C.B.
P34
Digital P.C.B.
Phototransistor
Signal (IC401-44 pin)
Paper Pass
OFF
High level
No Paper
ON
Low level
All interrupt Sensor LED current is controlled by IC401-52 pin.
(e.g. PS904, PS902, PS905)
[Cover Sensor (SW1)]
When the upper cabinet is closed, SWl becomes OFF and IC401-47 pin goes to high level. Vice versa, cabinet is open, SW1
becomes ON and IC401-47 pin goes to Low level.
+5V
/
SWl
CN1
ON2
IC401
R568_
R613
3
_
+SV
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47 P76
KX-F 1200
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[Read Position Sensor (PI301)]
When an document is brought to read position, the shelter plate shuts the sensor light, the phototransistor becomes OFF,
and the input signal of IC301-15 pin (Operation) becomes high level. When there is no document at the read position, the
shelter plate passes the sensor light, the phototransistor becomes ON, and the input signal of IC301-15 pin (Operation) becomes low level.
+5V
PLATE
+5V
IC301
iR373
15
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2
LED 6
7
LED POWER CONTROL
Low: Enable High: Disable
PI301
Operation
XLED 12
"--1
Board
Out of the Read Position
At the Read Position
Phototransistor
Signal (IC301-15 pin)
ON
Low level
OFF
High level
[Document Sensor (PI302)]
When a document is seen, the shelter plate shuts the sensor light, the phototransistor becomes OFF, and the input signal of
IC301-19 pin (Operation) becomes high level. When there is no document, the shelter plate passes the sensor light, the
phototransistor becomes ON, and the input signal of IC301-19 pin (Operation) becomes low level.
+5V
SHELTER PLATE
+5V
Q303
IC301
19
2
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LED 6
LED POWER CONTROL
Low: Enable High: Disable
Operation Board
Phototransistor
No Document
ON
Set Document
OFF
I Signal (IC301-19 pin)
Low level
High level
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KX-ri200
[Film End Sensor (PS901)]
This sensor detects empty ink films by using a reflective type sensor. Normally the ink film coating (color) is black.
When the film is almost empty, a silver colored band will appear on the sensor area.
When film empty is detected, the black and silver level on this sensor is digital data in the A/D converter of the CPU (IC401).
It is necessary to record the black standard level into the memory beforehand. When you're changed the digital board and
film end board, it is necessary to perform the resetting.
The reset method is to set the ink film black part. (While feeding the ink film, change the setting. You must have enough
space for the black part.) Once in the service mode, press #9000, * ,#802, then START button. The setting is complete.
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CPU
)
CN901
CN411
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Photocopier
Signal (IC401-63 pin)
Empty
ON
Low level
NO Empty
OFF
High level
',PS901
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Silver Colored
Band
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4. MODEM SECTION
4-1. FUNCTION
The unit uses a 1 chipmodem(IC405), enabling it to act as an interfacebetween the controlsectionfor FAX sendingand receiving,and the telephoneline. During a sendingoperation,the digitalimagesignalsare modulated and sent to the telephone line,whileduringa receivingoperation,the analog imagesignalswhichare receivedvia the telephonelineare demodulatedand convertedintodigitalimage signals.The communicationformat and proceduresfor FAX communicationare
standardizedby ITU-T (CCITT). This 1 chipmodem (IC405) has hardwarewhichsends and detectsall of the necessarysignals for FAX communication.
It can be controlledby writingcommandsfrom theCPU (IC401) to the registerin the modem (IC405).
Thismodem (IC405) also sendsDTMF signals,generatesa call tone (fromthe speaker),and detects a busy tone and dial
tones.
Overview of Facsimile Communication
Procedures [ITU-T (CCITT) Recommendation]:
1) ON ITU-T (CCITT) (International Telecommunications
Union)
The No. XIV Group of ITU-T (CCITT), one of the four permanent organizations of the International Telecommunications
Union (ITU), investigates and make recommendations on international standards for facsimile.
2) Definition of Each Group
• Group I (G1)
A-4 size documents official without using formats which reduce the band width of signal sent over telephone lines.
Determined in 1968.
Transmission for about 6 minutes at scanning line density of 3.85 lines/mm.
• Group ]] (G2)
Using reduction technology in the modulation/demodulation
format, A-4 size document is sent at an official scanning line
density of 3.85 lines/ram for about 3 minutes.
Methods to suppress redunOancy are not use_.
Oeterm'_ued _n 1976.
• Group n] (G3)
Method of suppressing redundancy in the image signal prior to modulation is used. A-4 size document _s sent within
about one minute.
Determined in 1980.
• Group ]V (G4)
_'ransm'lss'\or_\s "_\_._t.& _ebNork. Method is #rovided for suppressing redundancy in signals prior to transmission,
error-free reception of transmission is possible.
The scope of these facsimile applications iS not limited simply tO tt'aflsm/_)or/ot
linkages with other communications
writI#n #tatements. -rhr°u9_
methods, it can be expected to expand to include integrated services.
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and
symb, o,,°
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3) Facsimile Call ]lm_ Series
As shown in the following diagram, the tacsimile call time series is divided into live Iohase_.
Message Transmission
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='1
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PhaseA
Phase E
Facsimile Procedure
Facsimile
(=PhaseB
I PhaseCCall ( PhaseD
1
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D
Progress derection of operation
Phase A : Call setting
Call setting can be manual/automatic.
Phase B : Pre-message procedure
Phase B is a pre-processing procedure and a sequence for confirming status of terminal, transmission route, etc. and for terminal control. It implements terminal preparation status, determines and displays terminal constants, confirms synchronization status, etc. and prepares for transmission of facsimile messages.
Phase C : Message transmission
Phase C is the procedure for transmission of facsimile messages.
Phase D : Post message procedure
Phase D is the procedure for confirming that the message is completed and received. In the case of continuous transmission,
return is made repeatedly to phase B or phase C for transmission.
Phase E : Call retrieval
Phase E is the procedure for call retrieval, that is, for circuit disconnection.
4) Concerning Transmission of Time
I Transmission Time I=
I Control Time ]+
I Image Transmission Time I + I H°ld Time I
Transmission time consists of the following.
Control time : This is time at the start of transmission when functions at the sending and receiving sides are confirmed,
transmission mode is established, and transmission and reception are synchronized.
Image transmission time:
This is the time required for transmission of document contents (image data). In general, this time is recorded
in the catalog, etc.
Hold time:
This is the time required after the document contents have been sent to confirm that the document was in fact
sent, and to check for telephone reservations and/or the existence of continuous transmission.
5) Facsimile Standard
Telephone Network Facimile
Item
Connection
G3 Machine
Control Mode
Telephone
Network Signal Mode
Terminal Control Mode
T. 30 Binary
Facsimile Signal Format
Digital
Modulation Mode
PSK (V. 27 ter) or QAM (V. 29)
Transmission
300 bps (control Signal)
Speed
2400, 4800, 7200, 9600 bps (FAX Signal)
Redundancy
Process
Compression
1 dimension : MH Mode
2 dimension • MR Mode (K=2.4)
(Coding Mode)
Main Scan : 8 pel/mm
Resolution
Sub Scan : 3.85, 7.71/mm
Line Synchronization
Signal
1 Line Transmission Time
[ms/line]
EOL Signal
Depends on degree of data reduction.
Minimum Value : 10, 20
Can be recognized in 40ms.
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(1) G3 Communication Signals (T. 30 Binary Process)
In G3 Facsimile communication, this is the procedure for exchange of control signals between the sending and receiving
machines both before and after transception of image signals.
Control signals at 300 bps FSK are: 1850 Hz...0, 1650Hz...1,
An example of binary process in G3 communication is shown below.
Transmitter Side
Phase A
Receiver Side
Document set
Dial
Bell Detection
(CNG)
CED
FAX SW
Notifies of capacity of
receiving unit (e.g., recording
paper width, transmission speed).
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DIS
Phase B
Checks the performance of the
sending machine (document width,
transmission speed, etc.), and sets
the communication mode.
DCS
Check the receive preparation
and line condition.
Training 1, TCF
CFR
Transmission Start
Receive preparation OK
Training 2
Record Start
Phase C
Image RTCInf°rmati°n
Transmission
End
EOP
Phase D
T
Record Stop
Reception OK
MCF
Information of Disconnect
Disconnect
Phase E
DCN
Disconnect
Explanation of Signals
Control signals are comprised mainly of 8-bit identification signals and the data signals added to them. Data signals are
added to DIS and DCS signals.
Signal ..... DIS (Digital Identification Signal)
Function:
Identification Signal Format ..... 00000001
Notifies of capacity of receiving unit
(Example)
Signal ..... DCS (Digital Command Signal)
Identification Signal Format ..... X1000001
The added data signals are as follows.
(Example)
Bit No.
DOS
DIS/DTC
1
Transmitter - T. 2 operation
2
Receiver - T. 2 operation
Receiver - T. 2 operation
3
T.2 IOC = 176
T. 2 IOC = 176
4
Transmitter
5
Receiver - T. 3 operation
6
Reserved for future T. 3 operation features
- T. 3 operation
Receiver
17-
-T.
3 operation
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Bit No.
DIS/DTC
7
.................
Reserved for future T.3 operation features
8
Reserved for future T.3 operation features
-DC_S-..............
9
Transmitter - T.4 operation
10
Receiver - T.4 operation
Receiver - T.4 operation
(o, o)
Data signalling rate
V.27 ter fallback mode
Data signalling rate
2400 bit/s V.27 ter
(0, 1)
V.27 ter
4800 bitJs V.27 ter
(1, o)
V.29
9600 bit/s V.29
(1,1)
V.27 ter and V.29
7200 bitJs V.29
11,12
13
Reserved for new modulation system
14
Reserved for new modulation system
15
Vertical resolution -- 7.7 iine/mm
Vertical resolution = 7.7 line/mm
16
Two-dimensional
Two-dimensional
17,18
(0, 0)
(0, 1)
coding capability
Recording width capabilities
coding
Recording width
1728 picture elements along scan line
1728 picture elements along scan line
length of 215 mm 4- 1%
length of 215 mm 4- 1%
1728 picture elements along scan line
2432 picture elements along scan line
length of 215 mm 4- 1% and
length of 303 mm 4- 1% and
2048 picture elements along scan line
length of 255 mm 4- 1% and
2432 picture elements along scan line
length of 303 mm 4- 1%
(1,0)
1728 picture elements along scan line
2048 picture elements along scan line
length of 215 mm 4- 1% and
length of 255 mm 4- 1% and
2048 picture elements along scan line
length of 255 mm 4- 1%
(1,1)
Invalid (see Note 7)
Invalid
19, 20
Maximum recording length capability
Maximum recording length
(0, 0)
A4 (297 mm)
A4 (297 mm)
(0, 1)
Unlimited
Unlimited
(1,0)
A4 (297 mm) and B4 (364 mm)
B4 (364 ram)
(1, 1)
Invalid
Invalid
Function:
Notifies of capacity of receiving machine obtained
at DIS and announces the transmission mode of
the sender. The added data signals are as follows.
Bit No.
21,22, 23
DIS/DTC
DCS
Standard setting
Minimum scan line time capability at the receiver I
Minimum scan line time
(0,O,O)
20 ms at 3.851/mm: T7.7=T3.85
20 ms
(0,0, 1)
40 ms at 3.851/mm: T7.7=T3.85
40 ms
(0, 1,0)
10 ms at 3.851/mm: TT.7=T3.85
10ms
(1,0, 0)
5 ms at 3.851/mm: T7.7=T3.85
5ms
(0, 1,1)
10 ms at 3.851/mm: T7.7=1/2 T3.85
(1, 1,0)
20 ms at 3.851/mm: T7.7=1/2 T3.85
(1,0, 1)
40 ms at 3.851/mm: T7.7=1/2 T3.85
(1, 1,1)
0 ms at 3.851/mm: T7.7=T3.85
0ms
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DiSiDTC
KX-Fi200
DCS
Standard setting
1
Extend field
0
2400 bit/s handshaking
24
Extend field
25
2400 bit/s handshaking
26
Uncompressed
mode
0
27
Error correction mode
0
Uncompressed mode
Error correction mode
28
Set to "0"
0
Frame size 0 = 256 octets
1 = 64 octets
29
Error limiting mode
0
Error limiting mode
30
Reserved for G4 capability on PSTN
0
Reserved for G4 capability on PSTN
31
Unassigned
0
32
Extend field
1
33
Validity of bits 17,18
Extend field
Recording width
0
(o)
Bits 17,18 are valid
(1)
Bits 17,18 are invalid
34
Recording width capability 1216 picture elements
Recording width indicated by bits 17,18
Recording width indicated by this field bit
information
0
Middle 1216 elements of 1728 picture elements
o
Middle 864 elements of 1728 picture elements
0
Invalid
0
Invalid
along scan line length of 151 mm 4- 1%
35
Recording width capability 864 picture elements
along scan line length of 107 mm -4- 1%
36
Recording width capability 1728 picture elements
along scan line length of 151 mm 4- 1%
37
Recording width capability 1728 picture elements
along scan line length of 107 mm 4- 1%
38
Reserved for future recording width capability
0
39
Reserved for future recording width capability
0
40
Extend field
1
41
Semi super time / mm
1
42
Semi super time / inch
0
43
0
44
Super time
inch
45
mm
1
46
MSC/SF
0
47
Select polling
0
48
EXT
0
Extend field
0
Note 1 - Standard facsimile units conforming to T.2 must have the following capability : Index of cooperation (IOC)=264.
Note 2 - Standard facsimile units conforming to T.3 must have the following capability : Index of cooperation (IOC)=264.
Note 1 - Standard facsimile units conforming to T.4 must have the following capability : Paper length=297 mm.
Signal
Identification
Function
Signal Format
Training 1
Fixed pattern is transmitted to receiving side at speed
(2400 to 9600 bps) designated by DCS, and the receiving side optimizes the automatic equalizer, etc., according to this signal.
TCF
Sends 0 continuously for 1.5 seconds at the same speed as the training
signal.
(Training Check)
(Confirmation to Receive)
Notifies sending side that TCF has been properly received. If TCF is not
properly received, FTT (Failure To Train) X0100010 is relayed to
sender. Sender then reduces
transmission speed by one stage and initiates training once again.
Training 2
Usedfor reconfirmationof receivingside thesameas training1.
CFR
X0100001
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Signal
Image Signal
Function
Identification Signal Format
Refer to next page.
RTC
Sends 12 bit (0...01 X 6 times to receiver at same speed as
image signal and notifies of completion of transmission of first
sheet.
(Return to Control)
EOP
Xl110100
End of one communication
X0110001
End of 1 page reception
X1011111
Phase E sta_s.
X1110010
Completion of transmission of 1 page. If there are still more
documents to be sent, they are output instead of EOP. After
MCF reception, sender transmits image signal of second
sheet.
Xl111100
If there is an operator call from the sender, it is output after
RTC.
X0110101
Output in the case of operator call from receiver.
(End of Procedure)
MCF
(Message Confirmation)
DCN
(Disconnect)
MPS
(Multi-Page Signal)
PRI-EOP
(Procedural Interrupt-EOP)
PIP
(Procedural Interrupt Positive)
(2) Redundancy Compression Process Coding Mode
This set uses one-dimensional MH format.
(a) Document
Modified
Facsimile
//.___.
(b) Part of document
Black 4
(MH)
Cede
for
Code
for
White
Line
Black
Line
Run length
Basic Technique of Facsimile
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Huffman
Code
2
4
2
8
3
o
00110101
00oo11o11
1
00o111
010
2
0111
11
3
1000
10
4
1011
011
5
1100
0011
6
1110
0010
7
1111
00011
8
10011
000101
9
10100
000100
10
00111
0000100
11
01000
0000101
12
001000
0000111
13
0004)11
00000100
14
110100
00000111
15
110101
000011000
16
101010
0000010111
17
101011
0000011000
18
0100111
0000001000
(c) Run length and
image signals
equivalent to (b)
(d) Codification of
(c) according to
MH formula
00110111101010
(White 400)
11
(Black 2)
011
(Black 4)
0100111
(White 18)
110101
(White 15)
000101
(Black 8)
11
(Black 2)
000011
(White 13)
10
(Black 3)
(c) Total bit number before MH codification (,497 bit)
(d) Total bit number after MH codification (63 bit)
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(White 12)
011
(Black 4)
101010
(White 16)
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CIRCUIT
KX-F1200
OPERATION
] he modem (IC405) has all the hardware satisfying the CCII I sta_ldards mentioned previously.
When the gate array IC404 (73) is brought to low level, the modem (IC405) is chip-selected and resistors inside IC are selected by seleot signals from gate array (IC404) LAO-LA4, commands are written through data bus, and all processing is controlled at the CPU (IC401) according to ITU-T procedures. Here the signal INT dispatched from IRQ (pin 52 of IC405) to the
CPU (IC401) and gate array IC404 is output when preparation for acceptance of transmission
lation of reception data is complete; the CPU (IC401) implements post processing.
data is OK and when demodu-
This modem (IC405) has an automatic application equalizer. With training signal 1 or 2 at time of G3 reception, it can automatically establish the optimum equalizer. Also, the modem (IC405) generates an internal clock of 24.00014 MHz by means
of an external crystal oscillator (Xl).
1) Facsimile Transmission
The digitalimage data on the data bus is modulated in the modem (IC405), and sentfrom pin 44 via amplifier IC413 (6--,7),
the NCU sectionto the telephoneline.
IC405(44) --* C508, C509 --, R502, R503 --* IC413(6 --* 7) --, CN401(1) _ C146 --, R192 _ IC7(3 --, 2) -* NCU Section
[R30 _ C29 --* IC14 (6 --* 7) -* R20 -* T1] -* Line1
._Line2 is the same. (IC7 ---*IC15 --* T2 --* Line2)
2) Facsimile Reception
The analog image data which is received from the telephone line passes through the NCU section and enters pin 45 of the
modem (IC5). The signals that enter pin 45 of the modem (IC5) are demodulated in the board to digital image signals, then
placed on the data bus.
In this case, the image signals from the telephone line are transmitted serially. Hence they are placed on the bus in 8 bit
units. Here, internal the equalizer circuit reduces the image signals to the long-distance receiving level.
It is designed to correct the characteristics of the frequency band centered about 3 KHz and maintain a constant receiving
sensitivity.
It can be set in the service mode.
TEL. Line _ NCU Section -* CN401(2) --, C521 _ R509, R508 --, IC413(2 --* 1) -* C519 -* R507 --* IC405(45)
3) DTMF Transmission (Line send)
When dialing with handset or speaker-phone, DTMF signal is output from DTMF generator [IC4 (Analog Board)]. When dialing with FAX, DTMF signal is output from Modem [IC405 (Digital Board)].
4) BusylDial Tone Detection
The path is the same as for FAX receiving. When it is detected, the carrier detect bit of the resistor in the modem (IC405) becomes 1, and this status is monitored by CPU (IC401). (Auto FAX dialing only)
When dialing with handset or speaker-phone, it is detected by IC13 (Analog Board) and it is output to I/O port [IC1 (Analog
Board).
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OF ANALOG
SECTION
KX-F1200
BLOCK DIAGRAM
1) Function
The analog section serves as interface with the telephone line. The digital board (IC405) for transn_ission and reception of
FAX signals and reception of DTMF for remote signal detection. Switching between the digital board (IC405) and the other
sections is executed by means of a multiplexer in the NCU section. The control signals to the individual analog sections are
outputted mainly from the gate array IC1, and the status information for the various sections is also held in the gate array
IC1. Simple explanations for the various sections are given below.
2) Circuit Operation
[NCU Section]
Interface with the telephone line. This is composed of bell detection circuit, CPC detection circuit, pulse dial generation circuit, amplifier circuit for line transmission and reception, sidetone circuit multiplexer circuit, etc. See below for details.
[TAM IC (IC10)]
This is a IC for Auto Level Control and VOX detection from the line and Mic signals, voices.
The Digital TAM Unit for OGM and ICM recording and playback, the microphone, are connected this IC.
[Modem (IC405)]
This is used for FAX signal tone modulation, DTMF signal transmission,
tion.
and reception and line transmission
beep genera-
[Speech Network IC (IC2)]
This is special IC combining the hands-free and handset circuits in 1 chip. The handset and microphone are connected to
this circuit. At the time of hands-free operation, the SP output is outputted after passage through the power amplifier (IC12)
and the key tone and the pulse dial monitor tone output from IC404 (Digital Board) and IC1 (Analog Board) are given as input
to this IC and become the monitor tone at the time of hands-free handset dialing.
[Cross Point Mixer IC (IC3)]
This IC combines 6 input analog signals and 6 output analog signals conveniently with using 36 switches.
This connects signals of 2 lines and ITS and TAM signals, and determines signal circuit. Switch control is conducted by serial
data from IC1.
[DTMF Generator IC (IC4)]
This generates DTMF signal, and is controlled by IC1.
This is added for the case of using2 linesat the same time (e.g. Line1:Tel, Line2:FAX).
When dialing with handsetor speaker-phone,DTMF isdialed by thisIC. In the case of FAX, it is dialed by Modem.
[Voice Synthesizer IC (IC6)]
This IC has a voice message.
Message:
"Hello, no one is availableto take your call now, and our machineis busy on anothercall, please call back in a few minutes.
Thank you."
While one line is busy for receiving TAM or FAX, this machine plays this message for TAM or FAX on another line.
[In Use Detect Section]
This section checks line voltage of Line1 and Line2, and detect ON-HOOK or OFF-HOOK of paralleled telephones.
This is constructed by a line voltage detection unit, a detected voltage change unit and a power supply unit (DC-DC converter).
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b. NCU SECTION
6-1. GENERAL
This section is the interface with the telephone line and external telephone. It is composed of remote FAX activation circuit,
bell detection circuit, pulse dial circuit, auto disconnect circuit, line amplifier and sidetone circuits and multiplexer.
6-2. REMOTE
FAX ACTIVATION
CIRCUIT
1) Circuit Operation
After detecting the bell signal, another telephone connected to same line activate the set to FAX mode by using DTMF signal.
Line l/Line 2 --* RLY 1 -* T4 -* IC8 (15 --* 2) ---*C76 --* R92 --, IC22 (2 --* 1) --* R113 --* Q22 (C --, E) --* IC7 (15/11 -* 13)
--* CN1 (2) --* Modem
6-3. BELL
DETECTION
CIRCUIT
1) Circuit Operation (ex. Line1)
Signal waveform of each section are indicated below. Signal (low level section) input to pin 76 of gate array ICl are read out
at CPU and judged as bell.
Between Tip and Ring (Line1)
about150V
,.,vov
Between PC1(1) and (2)
1°5V
PCl(4)/Gate
Array IC1 (76)
(Line1)
Tip-* L1 -* C1 --* PC1(2 --* 1) -* R1 --, L2--, Ring
'_Line2 is the same as above.
6-4. PULSE DIAL CIRCUIT
1) Circuit Operation (ex. Line1)
In OFF-HOOK Condition, the photocoupler PC2 pin (2) is low level by IC1 pin (98) and PC2 pin (4) is low level so Q1 is ON.
At the time of pulse dial operation, PC2 pin (2) becomes high level by IC1 pin (98), so that PC2 pin (4) becomes high level,
and Q1 becomes OFF line ON/OFF by high/low control for ICt pin (98) makes pulse dial operation possible.
IC1 (98) High Level --* PC2 (2) High level --, PC2 (4) High Level --, Qt OFF --* Telephone Line (Line1)
._ Line2 is the same.
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6-5. AUTO
DISCONNECT
CIRCUIT
1) Function:
This circuit is used to detect the fact that another telephone connected to the same line is OFF-Hook while the unit is in the
time of TAM'S answering operation or line hold operation.
2) Circuit Operation: (ex. Line1)
Tip (Ring) --, REC1 _ Q1 --, C8 --* D1 --, R10 --, Q2 ---, PC3.
During this interval C8 charges and the base of Q2 becomes high, and PC3 pin(2) becomes low, causing PC3 to go ON.
If a parallel-connected telephone or external telephone is put into an OFF-HOOK status,, charge ceases to flow C8 and the
base of Q2 becomes low, causing PC3 to go OFF.
When a line is connected, Q2 and PC3 go ON, causing pin 99 of IC1 to go low. When the line is disconnected, Q2 and PC3
go off, causing pin 99 of IC1 to go high.
6-6. LINE AMPLIFIER AND SIDE TONE CIRCUIT
1) Circuit Operation (ex. Line1)
The reception signal received as output from the line transformer T1 is given as input to R21, C21 to IC14 pin (2), and it is inputted to the reception system at an amplifier gain 12.5dB from pin 1 of IC14.
The transmission signal given as input to IC14 pin(6) is amplified to about 20dB, it is outputted form pin 7 of IC14 and it is
transmitted to T1 via R20. Without R27, R25, C23, the transmission signal would return completely to the reception amplifier
via R21. Here, the signal output from IC14 pin(7) passes through R27, R23, IC23 and enters the amplifier IC14 pin(3), a signal with the reverse phase of the transmission signal is formed at IC14 pin(l), and this is used to cancel the return part of the
transmission signal. This is the side tone circuit.
Transmission
Transmission
Signal: IC7 (2) --* R30 _ C29 _ IC14
(FAX)
(6)(7) T R20 _
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_ Telephone Line
Signal: IC3 (15) _ R29 --, 028 -J
(Voice)
R271
R25
'1
(Side Tone)
C23
1
IC14 (3)(1)
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Reception Signal: Telephone
6-7. MULTIPLEXER
Line --, T1 _v R21 --, C21 --, IC14(2)(1)--r-_R189
L'-R173
(FAX Signal)
(Voice Signal)
(IC7)
This multiplexer is used for switchingand selectingthe transmissionand receptionsystemof the FAX circuit(modem).
Multiplexer (IC7)
Control
A (,Pin 10)=Low
B (Pin
9)=Low
A=High
Switch Mode
Operation
Pin 1-3
Pin 12-13
ON
Pin 5-3
ON
Line1
FAX Reception
Eine2
ON
A=Low
Pin '2-3
B=High
Pin 15-13
A=High
Pin 4-3
B=High
Pin 11-13
Line2
ON
A: ICl Pin 35
B: IC1 Pin 36
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L\nel
FAX Transmission
FAX Transmission
KX-F 1200
Control
Mode for NCU Section Table
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Q4
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IC7
RLY3
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Operation
BREAK L2
A
B
1
1
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0
--
1
2
1
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0
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1
2
1
2
0
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-0
0
1
0
1
0
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0
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Wait Condition
FAX Transmit
Receive
0
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Pulse Dial
1
2
0/1
CPC Input
1
2
0
--
0
1
2
0
--
0
1
2
1
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Parallel TEL
Off-Hook During
Line Hold or TAM
Answering
Parallel TEL
Off-Hook During
On-Hook
0/1
CONF RLY1
BELL
L1
1_2
BREAK L1
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BellInput
Control Output from NCU
1
1
0
0
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--
0
--
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--
0
--
CPC
L1
1_2
DCN
L1
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Conference
1: High Level(5V)
0
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6-8. CONFERENCE
When using handset or speaker-phone, conference (tripartite conference) is possible.
Turning RLY3 ON sets up the signal circuit, and it is valid tripartite conference among KX-F1200, Line1 and Line2.
The larger loss makes the lower sound between Line1 and Line2.
Total Loss=LossA+LossB+LossC
(about 5dB)
Block Diagram
Line 1
T1
Handset
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RX
Loss A
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This IC combines 6 input analog signals and 6 ouLpu[ d_,d_Uya_g_t,_Scorlvefiie_ ,_Jywith using 36 switches.
This connects signals of 2 lines and ITS and TAM signals, and determines signal circuit.
Switch control is conducted by serial data from IC1.
Block Diagram
64 bit SHIFT REGISTER
I
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PS(IC1 58)
LATOH(IC1 61)
64 bit DATA LATCH
J
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CLK(IC1 62)
DATA(IC1 63)
IN1
I LINE1
RX }--
$57
$49
S41
833
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S1
$58
850
$42
$34
$10
$2
$45
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IN2
[LINE2
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RX F
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[TAM
IN3 (_
TX I-"
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$53.
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IN4 (__._
(OGM)F
$62
$54
846
838
$14
$6
$63
855
$47
$39
$15
ST
S64
$56
$48
$40
$16
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I BUSY OGM _-*
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V
V
V
_
V
V
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OUTIO
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Timing Chart
D1
DAfA
CLOCK
X
D2
X
D3
X
D4
X
D5
X
D64
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X
.....
LATCH
PS
X
Data
Dn
Switch
Sn
High
On
Lo_
Off
(,n=l
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PULL
UP
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S10=ON)
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Connection
Table
LINE1 LINE2 L1 1.2 LINE1 LINE1 LINE2 LINE2 LINE1 LINE1 LINE2 LINE2 LINE1 LINE2 LINE' LINE2
H.S/
H.S/
H.S/ DTMF
SPSPSP(H.S)
Phone Phone Phone
CO'NVERCONVERCONFER-TEL
SATIONSATION ENCE DTMF
DTMF
(SPPhone)
TEL
DTMF
DTMF DTMF OGM
(H.S)
(SPPhone)
TEL
TEL
TAM
DTMF DTMF
ICM
OGM
ICM
TEL
TAM
TEL
TAM
BUSY BUSY
OGM OGM
TAM
TAM
TAM
2WAY 2WAY BUSY BUSY
REC REC OGM OGM
S01
S02
so5
•
•
•
•
S06
•
so7
•
S08
S09
$10
s13 •
•
•
•
•
$14
•
s_5
s_6
$33
834
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
$37
$38
$39
$40
$41
•
S42
$45
$46
S47
$48
$49
$50
$53
•
•
$54
$55
$56
$57
$58
s6_
•
•
•
•
$62
$63
$64
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8. ITS (Integrated
Telephone
System)
AND MONITOR
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SECTIONS
8-1. GENERAL
The general ITS operation is executed by the special IC2. This IC has a speakerphone circuit and a handset circuit in 1 chip,
and control to each mode is executed from the outside (ICl). At the time of speakerphone operation the speaker output
passes through the power amplifier (IC12). The DTMF signal is output from the DTMF generator or modem (IC405: digital
board). The alarm tone, the key tone, and the beep are outputted from the gate array IC404 (digital board). At the time of
pulse dial operation, the monitor tone is outputted from the gate array IC1.
8-2. SPEAKERPHONE
CIRCUIT
1) Function
This circuit controls the automatic switching of the transmitted and received signals, to and from the telephone line, when the
unit is used in the hads-free mode.
2) Circuit Operation
The speakerphone can only provide a one-way communication path.
In otherwords, itcan eithertransmitan outgoingsignalor receivean incomingsignalat a giventime, but cannot do both simultaneously.Therefore,a switchingcimuitis necessaryto controlthe flow ofthe outgoingand incomingsignals.
This switchingcircuitiscontainedin IC2 and consistsof voicedetector,TX attenuator,RX attenuator,comparatorand attenuatorcontrol.
The circuit analyzeswhetherthe TX (transmit)or the RX (receiver)signal islouder,and then it processes the signalssuch
thatthe louder signalis given precedence.
The voice detectorprovidesa DC inputto the attenuatorcontrolcorrespondingto the TX signal.The comparatorreceives a
TX and RX signalsand suppliesa DC inputto the attenuatorcontrolcorrespondingto the RX signal.
The attenuatorcontrolprovidesa controlsignalto the TX and the RX attenuatorto switchthe appropriatesignals ON and
OFF. The attenuatorcontrolalsodetectsthe level of thevolumecontrolto automaticallyadjustfor changingambientconditions.
(Transmission
Signal Path)
The input signal from the microphone is sent through the circuit via the following path:
MIC --* Cl10 --, IC2[(13) --, MIC AMP -* SW4 --* TX ATT --* (27)] -* R160 _ R161 --, C122 --* IC18(2)(1) ---,C125 --*
IC3[(7) _
(15)] --, R29 --* C28 -* IC14(6)(7) -* R20 --* T1 --* Line1
(16)J -* R59 --, C58 --* IC15(6)(7) -* R50 --, T2 -* Line2
(Reception Signal Path) (ex. Line1)
Signals received from the telephone line are outputted at the speaker via the following path:
Telephone Line -* NCU Section[IC14(2)(1)] --* R173 -* C225 -* IC3[(5)(14)] -* Cl17 --* R152 -* IC2[(22) -* SW3 --*
RX ATT -* (30)] --* C98 -* IC2[(4) --* SW5 --* SP AMP --, (7)] --, R253 --* C185 --* IC12[(4) --* (5)(8) -* Speaker
(Control Signal Path)
Control signals for transmission and reception are inputted to IC2 via following path.
(Transmission Control Signal Path)
MIC -* Cl10 --, IC2[(13) --, MC AMP-* SW4 --* (31)]---* C95 _ R130--* IC2[(1) --* AMP -* Comparator]
(Reception Control Signal Path) (ex. Line1)
Telephone Line _ NCU Section [IC14(2)(1)] ---, R173 ---*C225 --* IC3[(5)(14)] _ Cl17 --, R152 --, IC2[(22) --* SW3 -*
RX A'I-I- --* (30)] --, C98 --" IC2[(4) --* SW5 --* SP AMP --, (7)] --, C99 --, R131 --, IC2[(3) -* AMP ---* Comparator]
(Voice Detector)
The transmission signal given as input from the microphone to IC2 pin (1) passes through the built-in amplifier and enters the
voice detection circuit for judgment of voice noise, in case of noise, the TX attenuator is made effective via the attenuator
control.
(Attenuator Control)
The attenuator control detects the setting of the volume control through pin 11 of IC2 to automatically
bient conditions.
adjust for changing am-
8-3. HANDSET CIRCUIT
1) Transmission Signal
HandsetMIC -F,'- C86--, £124 --*IC21(6)--r _ (7)--*C93_ R128--*102[(26)--, HandsetMICAMP--, SW1-* (24)]--*R162--,C123 --*IC18(2)(1)
L
C87--' R125--, IC21(5)--4
--*C125--* IC3[(71 (15)'_--,
R29--*C28--, IC14(6)(7)-* R20--, T1 __Line1
-_ (16).1--*
R59--, C58-* IC15(6)(7)--*R50--*T2 Line2
--*NCUSection[IC7(13)(14)]-, TelephoneUne
2) Reception Signal (ex. Linel)
Telephone Line --" NCU Section [1C14(2)(1)] --" R173 -* C225 --* IC3[(5)(14)] --, C117 --, R152 --, IC2[(22) --" SW2
Handset SP AMP --" (19)(20)] "-" Handset Speaker
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8-4. MONITOR CIRCUIT
1) DTMF Monitor
(Speaker Operation)
IC4 (20) --* R 195 ---, R 158 -* C 119- * tC 18L(2)( I)j -, C 12_
---, IC12[(4) --, (5)(8)] --, Speaker
,1(-331(/)(11)]-_.
FI181 -.,. 0139-,.
JC2[(4)(7)J
-,. R253
-.
C185
(Handset Operation)
I04 (20) _ R195 --* R158 --, 0119 --, IC18[(2)(1)] --* C125 --* I03[(7)(12)] --* R182 --, 0140 -* I02[(21) --* (19)(20)] --*
Handset Speaker
2) DTMF Signal for Line Transmission
IO4(20) --, R195 --, R158 -* C119 --, I018[(2)(1 )] --* C125 --* IO3[(7)_
(15)]
(16)J_ R29
R59 _ 028
C58 _ IC14[(6)(7)
IC15[(6)(7) --,
--, R20
R50 --,
--, T1
T2 --,
--* Line1
Line2
3) Ring Tone
IC405 (44)(Digital Board) --* 0N2(9) --, R211
Low --*
,- R208
= 0156 --, R206 ---* IC12 [(4) --, (5)(8)] --* Speaker
High --,
---- IC11 (9)(8) -4) Alarm/Beep,
Keytone
IC405(43)(Digital
Board) ---, CN2(10) --* R209
Beep Keytone --*
= R207
•. C155 ---- R205 --, IC12[(4) --* (5)(8)] --, Speaker
Alarm --,
--_ ICll
(4)(3)
IC2 Control Table
IC2 Internal Switch
IC2 Input Logic
S/H
RMUTE
0
0
0
Dial
Communication
Communication
Handset Mode
Speakerphone
Transmission
Mode
Transmission
Mute
Mute
Dial
0: Low Level(0V)
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
SW5
0
0
0
x
x
x
0
1
x
0
x
x
x
0
1
1
X
X
X
X
X
1
0
0
x
x
0
0
0
1
0
1
x
x
0
x
0
1
1
1
x
x
x
x
0
x
x
x
I x
x
/,
0
t Other
1: High Level(5V)
O: ON
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Monitor Tone Control Table
S/H
RMU
TMU
SP
MUTE
G/A out H
0
1
1
0
L
0
1
1
0
Handset Tone Dial
0
1
1
1
0
0
©
SP-Phone Tone Dial
1
1
1
0
0
o
©
Handset Pulse Dial
0
1
1
1
0
1/0
SP-Phone Pulse Dial
1
1
1
0
0
1/0
Alarm Ringing
0
1
0
1
©
Beep Ringing
0
1
0
0
©
Bell
Ringing
DP
HS
DP
SP
1/0
1_
ALM/
BEEP
VOL4
BREAK
0
1
0
0
0
0
MODEM
TX
KX-Fi200
H/S RX...Normal/Middle/High
(3 step)
Switch transistor Q16, Q17 ON/OFF. Concerning control please refer to the table.
SP Phone RX...Low _
High (8 step)
Switch analog SW IC9 ON/OFF. Concerning control please refer to the table.
Electronic Volume Control Table
Handset
VOL2
High
0
0
Middle
0
1
Normal
1
0
8
0
7
Loud
VOL3
VOL4
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
6
0
1
0
0
5
1
1
0
0
4
0
1
1
0
3
1
1
1
0
2
0
1
0
1
1
1
0
1
1
SP-Phone
Quiet
8-6.
DTMF GENERATOR
DTMF dial with handset or speaker-phone is controlled by DTMF generator (IC4).
Dial numbers of 0 to 9, _ and # are controlled by IC1. For the signal circuit, refer to "8-4, step 1) and 2).
R11
23
R2456
R371819
R4i ol# When
dialing "3", they are _C1_
(R1 :High) and IC1 _
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2
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8-5. ELECTRONIC VOLUME
Handset volume and speakerphone volume can be switched with the volume key on the Operation Panel.
VOL1
TONE
1
(,C3-High).
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9. IN-U_-
U_" Ii=UT
CIRCUIT
1) Function
In-use detect circuit detects the lower voltag_ ut telephurle line, _nd re_ugn,zes that thu paralleled telephone is OFF-HOOK.
Then, CPU lights, the IN-USE LED on operation panel to red.
The different voltage is detected at "OO" and "PBX" set in user mode #28.
CO mode detects ON-HOOK if the voltage is more than 30V and detects OFF-HOOK if it is less than 24V. ]
PBX mode detects ON-HOOK if the voltage is more than 21V and detects OFF-HOOK if it is less than 15V.J
2) Circuit operation
(1) Settings: Line1, CO mode
Line1 T-R (48V) _ R63 _ ZD9 _ O7 _ Q8 _ PC11 _ INUSE L1
(ON) (ON) (OFF)(OFF)
(High)
II
IParallel Tel ON-HOOKI
Line1 T-R (16V) --, R63 -4' ZD9 --* Q7 --, Q8 --, POll --, INUSE L1
(OFF) (OFF) (ON)
(ON)
(Low)
II
IParallel Tel OFF-HOOKI
(2) Settings: Line2, PBX mode
Line2 T-R (24V) --* R70 --, PC10 ---,ZD12 --, Q9 -', Q10 ---, PC12 ---, INUSE L2
(ON)
(ON)
(ON) (OFF) (OFF)
(High)
II
A/B L2=High _
IParallel Tel ON-HOOKI
Line2 T-R (9V) --, R70 --, PC10 --, ZD12 --, Q9 --, Q10 --, PC12 --, INUSE L2
(ON)
(OFF) (OFF) (ON)
(ON)
(LO..W)
A
II
A/B L2=High
T
IParallel Tel OFF-HOOK I
Circuit Diagram
+5VD
REC 1
*bVL)
R651
+SVD
t
PCl 1
R63
R661
R69[
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C222
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R70
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10. DIGITAL
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TAM BACKUP
CIRCUIT
1) Function
This unit has a 6.0 volt battery (1.5 voltx4), which works for the digital i AM unit back up. I n_ battery Keeps til_ dlgttal IAM unit_
OGM, ICM and memo recording message in memory if the power is turned off.
2) Circuit Operation
[Power supply]
AC power source turns on, +5 V is supplied to the digital TAM unit as the following path. (Depending on I/O port IC tiC1], the signal
of Bout 2 is controlled by H.)
Power Board --- Q28 -_ DoTAM
AC power source turns off, +5 V is supplied to the digital TAM unit as the following path. (Reset signal is inputted by reset circuit,
the signal of Bout 2 is controlled by L.)
Battery -* CN11 -_ D20 --- R285 ----Q27 _ R283 --, D.TAM
When Back up is necessary,
Bout 1 is controlled by H depending on I01.
Situation
Bout 1
Bout 2
Power source ON
No message in TAM
0
1
Power source ON
Message in TAM
1
1
0
0
Power source OFF
1: Hight Level
0: Low Level
[Battery voltage detection]
When detecting battery voltage, to control Bout 3=H depending on IC1. After that to confirm the Batt. Low signal by IO1.
Bout 3
Batt Low
Output
Input
Description
Normal
0
Battery
1
0
Full
voltage check
1
1
Empty
[Battery check (Bout 3 = 1) executes about 20 second interval.]
Bout 3
20sec
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0: Low Level
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Circuit Diagram
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--
D2O
R285
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--
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D JAM UNIi
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CN9
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ANALOG IN
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R289
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16
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C232
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BATT6
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IC17
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ICl
11. ATAS (Automatic Telephone Answering System) SECTION
11-1. MAIN SECTION
1) Function
The ATAS main operation is executed by 1(35and Digital TAM Unit. Control signals are input from gate array IC1.
2) Signal Path and Circuit Operation
(1) OGM/MEMO
Record
MIC -_ C120 --_ R159 --> IC8 (12 -_ 14) --> IC5 (16 -+ 13) --> C174 --_ R232 --+ R233 --+ C176 --_ ON9 (3) -+ D-TAM UNIT
(2) ICM Record (ex. Line1)
TEL. Line (Line1) _ NCU Section -+ IC3 [(5)(3)] _ C144 --> R185 -, C132 -_ IC8 (13 _ 14) --+ IC5 (16 -- 13) --> C174
- R232
,
R233 -+ (3176 --+ CN9 (3) _ D-TAM UNIT
(3) OGM/MEMO/ICM
Play to Speaker
D-TAM UNIT --> ON9 (5) --+ C177 --> Q18(C --> E) --> R237 _ C178 --> IC21 (2 _ 1) --+ R244 --- R250 _ C182 -+ IC20 (2 -> 1) (3184 -> R252 --> IC12(4 --->8, 5) -_ Speaker
(4) OGM/MEMO/ICM
to TEL. Line (ex. Line1)
D-TAM UNIT --- ON9 (5) --> R224 --, IC8 (4 --- 5) -_ C164 _ R219 --> R220 -* R217 --> R218--> IC19 (3 --+ 1) --+ R213 --+ C131
R170 -+ IC18(6 -> 7) -> C129 --> IC3 (8 --- 15) --->NCU Section (Line1) --> TEL. Line (Liner)
(5) vox
The VOX circuit is the circuit for discrimination
of tone or no tone. IC5 pin (2) is Low Level with tone and hight level with no tone.
The role of this explanained in the following.
(_ When no tone is recognized at the time ot ICM recording from the line, the recording is ended. (ex. Line1)
TEL, Line (Line1) _ NCU Section _ IC3 1(5)(3)] -- 0144 -_ R165 -_ C132 _ ICe, (,13 -_ 14) _ IC5 (16 _ vox
detection
circuit -_ 2) --" IC1 (89)
(_) When no tone is recognized at the time of OGM recording from the microphone, the recording is ended.
This is done because suitable OGM sending to line is not possible when recording is not done at or above a certain level.
MIC --" R120 --" R159 -_ IC8 (12 --" 14) -" IC5 (16 --" VOX detection circuit -_ 2)---" IC1 (89)
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3) Electronic Volume
TAM volume (ICM play) can be switched with the volume key on the operation panel.
OFF ¢_ HIGH (9 steps)
Switch analog SW IC10, IC11 and transistor Q18 ON/OFF. Concerning control please refer to the table.
Electronic Volume Control Table
VOL5 VOL6 VOL7i VOL8
Loud
TAM
VOL9 TAMSF
8
0
0
0
0
0
1
7
1
o
o
0
o
1
0
1
6
0
1
0
0
5
1
0
1
0
0
1
4
1
1
1
0
0
1
3
0
0
0
1
0
1
2
0
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
0
1
Quiet OFF
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4) Voice Synthesizer IC
This IC is a custom IC.
When CPU command is generated, voice synthesizer plays the words from word list.
There is only one pattern of message as follows.
"Hello, no one is available to take your call now, and our machine is busy on another call, please call back in a few minutes. l-hank
you."
Normally, this message is played when receiving call in TAM or FAX mode during one line is in use.
Also the above message is output to the speaker in service mode 805, and send it to Line (Linel only) in service mode 806.
(Signal path)
(1) Line out (ex. Line1)
IC6 _)--" R254 _ R255 _ C187 --, IC20 (6 -" 7) _ C192 _ IC3 [9 _ 15] -* NCU Section --, Line1
(2) Speaker out (Service mode only)
IC6 _)-*
C181 --_ Q19 (C --- E) -_ R240 -* C180 --_ IC21 (2 --_ 1) -, R244 ---, R250 -* C182 --, IC20 (2 -* 1) -, O184 -* R252 _,
IC12 (4 --- 5, 8) --" Speaker
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TAM SECTION
DSP (Digital Speech/Signal
Processing)
Circuit
General Description:
IC701~1C703 is a digital speech/signal
playback, and memory management
processing
system that implements
all the functions of speech compression,
record and
required in a digital telephone answering machine.
The DSP system is fully controlled by a host processor (IC401), via 8 bit interface.
The host processor provides activation and
control of all that functions, such as speech Recording, Playback, Tone detecting and Line Monitoring.
The DSP system comprises of following:
The Digital Signal Processor which includes the firmware implemented
The Codec (IC702), which is used as the analog I/O interface.
functions.
The Audio grade RAM (IC703), which is used for stored voice messages.
...................................................................
Host
Processor
(IC401)
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(IC702)
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..--"-Audio Out
DSP
(IC701)
ARAM
(IC703)
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Voice Message Recording:
The DSP system use a proprietary speech compression techniqueto record and store voice message in audio grade RAMs (IC703,
IC704).
An error correctionalgorithmis used to enableplaybackof these messagesfromthe ARAM.
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13. OPERATION
I_,_ I - I -" i._U
PANEL
The unit consists of LCD (Liquid crystal display), KEYs and LEDs (light-emitting diode). They are controlled by the Gate Array
(IC301) and AS IC (IC404: On the DIGITAL BOARD). (Fig=a)
]
LCD MODULE
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IC404
GATE ARRAY
IC301
KEYS
MATRIX
8X6
LED
DOCUMENTSENSOR
READ POSITIONSENSOR
DIGITAL BOARD
OPERATION BOARD
Fig-a DIAGRAM
Key Matrix
KIN0
KIN1
KIN2
KIN3
KIN4
KIN5
KIN6
KIN7
$301
$307
$313
$319
$325
$346
$347
$348
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ONE TOUCH ONE TOUCH 6 ONE TOUCH 7 DNE TOUCH 8
RINGER 1
GREET. REC ALL MESSAG
5
$302
$308
$320
S314
DIRECTRY
$326
MAIL BOX
$331
Y1
ONE TOUCH ONE TOUCH 3 ONE TOUCH 4
GRE. SELECT
REPEAT
2
ONE TOUCH
1
$303
$309
FLASH
REDIAL
/PAUSE
$304
$310
$321
$315
RECEIVE
ERASE
MENU
$336
RECEIVE
MODE LINE 2 MODE LINE 1
$327
$332
LINE 1
LINE 2
$328
$333
$337
RESOLUTION
S341
NEW
MESSAGES
$342
Y2
MUTE
SP-PHONE
$322
$316
HOLD
$338
CONF
$343
Y3
FILM/PAPER
3
6
$305
$311
#
9
$317
S323
ONE TOUCH 12ONE TOUCH 11
STOP
SAVE
SKIP
$329
$334
8339
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DNE TOUCH lC ONE TOUCH
5
2
$306
8
0
$318
$324
COPY
$330
RINGER 2
$335
GRE. CHECK
8344
HELP
9
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This IC is a chip with LCD controller arid driver built in. The Gate Array (IC301) needs only write ASCII code from the data
bus (D4-D7). V1 through V5 are power supplies for crystal drive. R360, R361, R363 are density control resistors.
Consequently, in this set the timing (mainly positive clock) is generated by the LCD interface circuitry of the gate array
(IC301).
Circuit Diagram
DB4
LCD
CONTROLLER/
DRIVER
D4~D 7
DB7
E
ENABLE
q
RESET
RS
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R/W
R/W
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9
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VCC
V1
V2
V3
OSC1
,
V4
OSC2
V5
GND
ON THE OPERATION BOARD
IC301
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LCD
CO Module
(Chip On Glass)
P36
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Density
Light(,2)
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L
H
H
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POWER
SUPPLY
KX-P i 200
SECTION
Block Diagram
AC I_
A
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Control
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E-F
G_HVeltage
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SUB Printed Over Current
Circuit Board
Circuit
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IC101
+12vOutput
Converter
(MC101)
Circuit
._
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+5V Output
t Circuit
Error Detecting |
Form
[Input Circuit]
Input current goes into input rectifier circuit through filter circuit. Fitter circuit decreases
tric field strength.
noise terminal voltage and noise elec-
[Rectifier Circuit]
Input current is rectified by D101 and charge C105 to make DC voltage, then supply power to converter circuit.
Voltage is supplied to control IC's kick-on voltage through R102 and R103. Inrush current is limited by thermistor TH101.
[Converter circuit]
The converter circuit of this power supply circuit is called fly back converter.
We explain the operation of this circuit with the simple circuit.
T101
O
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WINDING
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The circuit in the pluvlous page, whun the Lransistor Q101 is ON, secondary rectifier diode D201 is OFF and the energy is
charged in the transformer T101. Q101 continues being ON while the voltage is generated by control winding (B). Q101 is
tuned OFF by control circuit, then each windings of T101 changes the polarity and rectifier diode D201 truns ON.
The charged energy of T101 supplies power through D201 to output load. And the voltage of control winding is decreased
and Q101contines being OFF state. When all energy is discharged through D201, Q101 is turned ON again and it makes the
polarity of each windings of T101 in reverse and goes to self oscillation. When input voltage Ei is high, the ON period of Q 101
becomes shorter, and when load current is high, the ON period of Q101 becomes longer.
The value of output voltage is
Eo = d/(1-d)*Ei
Ton:
d = Ton/Ts
T, : PERIOD OF OSCILLATION
ON TIME OF Q101
In the equivalent circuit:
When SW is ON, current flows
SW-*
L
When SW is OFF, Current flows
L-*
D-_ RL
The value of inductance
rectifiers increasing
current during ON period.
IL = Ei / L*d*Ts
The value of inductance
(1)
rectifiers decreasing
current during OFF period.
IL = Eo/L(1-d) * Ts
(2)
From equations (1) and (2),
Eo = d/(I-d) * Ei
i
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=!_dTs.
(1 -d)Ts
In the actual circuit, the fixed output voltage can be obtained by changing the winding ration of transformer T101. In this converter circuit, the duty ratio of ON period and OFF period of the transistor produces output. In this power supply, the bias
winding is also built-in in the transformer and the output value is one. 24V output voltage is stabilized and changes the duty
ratio.
[Control Circuit And Error Detecting Circuit]
The control circuit amplifies the outputwith increasedvoltagedetected in the error detecting circuit, then drives the main transistor.In this power supply the duty ratioisdefined by changingthe ON periodof maintransistor.
This is shownas follows.
When the outputvoltageof 24V circuitbecomeshigher,the currentof photocouplerPC10t increases,the pulsewidthof output controlIC becomes narrowand the ON periodofQ101 becomesshorter.
[Over Current Limiter (O.C.L.)]
IC101 rectifiers the highest voltage with resistors R105 and R113 detecting the current in the primary side. When the current
is supplied higher than the highest voltage, it switches to ratch mode which stops oscillating.
[DC-DC converter]
Output 5V, +12V, -12V are made by T201,Q202 and DC-DC Converter. 5V output is rectified by D207, Q204, Q205 and
Q203. +12V and -12 V definethe voltagewiththe windingratioof transformer.
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load method
KX_T ;2;3
(for the quick check of power supply output)
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16~19
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40,54,65,
79,88,90
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others
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on the conductor indicates printed
circuit on the back side of the printed circuit board.
- 157-
....
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circuit on the front side of the printed circuit board.
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12
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6
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- 159-
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c,ircuit on the front side of the printed circuit beard.
- 160-
11
12
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When measuring the waveform on the primary circuit of the Switch Power Supply Board, be sure
to insulate the ground of the oscilloscope's probe from the ground of its power supply.
- 164-
I
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31
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PQVTDTC114EU,
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MA143
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PQVDHZS2B1
PQVDMZJ24A,PQVDRLZ5R6
MA723, 1SS131
PQVDERA1802
MA165
MA4051
MA4056
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MA4180, MA4150
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MA 141WA
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EC13
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EC5
EC7
EC1
EC2
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KX-F
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KX-F1200
1
CABINET,
1. OPERATION
MECHANICAL
PANEL
AND
ELECTRICAL
PARTS
LOCATION
SECTION
11
14
@
10
16
24
25
2O
21
28
31
42_35
41
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43
44
49
5_51
48
47
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@
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CABINET/P.C.B/THERMAL
HEAD SECTION
119
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109
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PCB6
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KX-F1200
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SECTION
120
1:
129
133
132
130,
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140
123
1
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125
197
132
149
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152
153
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155
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176
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181
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192
174
191
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220
226
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229-9
229-5
229-1
229-1
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305
303
305
305
310
309
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A12
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REPLACEMENT
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replace.lent
parts list
REPLACEMENT
is for KX-F1200
PARTS
PARTS LIST
only.
Refer to the simplified
LIST
Notes:
:lef. No.
be available for a specific period of time. The retention period of availability is
dependent on the type of assembly, and in accordance with the laws governing
part and product retention.
After the end of this period, the assembly will no longer be available•
2. Important safety notice
Components identified by the .,_ mark special characteristics important for safety.
When replacing any of these components, use only manufacturer's specified parts,
3. The S mark indicates service standard parts and may differ from production parts.
4. RESISTORS & CAPACITORS
Unless otherwise specified,
All resistors are in ohms ( _ ) K=1000Q, M=1000K£4
All capacitors are in MICRO FARADS ( pF ) P= I_I_F
*Type &Wattage of Resistor
Type
ERD:
ERC: Carbon
Solid
PQRD: Carbon
Watta_le
IERG:
Metal Oxide
IERS:
I ERX: Metal
Film
,PQ4R: Fusible
Carbon Resistor
IER0: Metal Film
IERF: Cement Resistor
110,16:1/8w 114,
25:lJ4W112:1/2w
I1:tw
I
12:2w
13:3wI
"Type &Voltage of Capacitor
Type
I
ECQS: Styrol
IECQE, ECQV, ECQG: Polyester
PQCUV:Semi-Conductor
Chip
IECEA,
Electrolytic
ECFD:
]ECCD, ECSZ:
ECKD, ECBT,
PQCBC: Ceramic
ECQMS: Mica
IECQP: Polypropylene
Volta_la
IECQ Type I ECQG
IECSZ Type I
Others
ECQV Typel
I1H: 50V
I 05: 50V
I OF: 3.15V
0J: 6.3V
I 1V: 35V
I
12E:
12A: 250V
100V
I11:
2: 200V
100V
12H:
500v I
No.
I
4
5
6
7
8
11V: 35V
11O: 16V
11A:
10V
I 0J:6lov.3v 11A:
I 1E, 25:
25V
I 1J:
50, 03V
1H: 50V
2A:100V
Part No.
I
Part Name & Description
I
CABINET, MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL PARTS
1
3
manual
(cover I for other areas.
Part Name & Description
PQDE10057Z1
PQKR10014Y2
PQKR10015Y2
PQDG 10033Z
PQMH10t 82Z
PQHX10583Z
PQQT11147Z
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PQMH10125Y
PQUS10123X
PQDE10034Y
PQUS10135Y
PQUV 10022Y
PQDE10033Z
PQUSt0134Z
PQUS10148Z
PQUS10125Y
PQDF10036Z
ANGLE, ADF SPRING
SPRING, DOCUMENT FEED
LEVER, DOCUMENT DETECT
SPRING, DOCUMENT DETECT LEVE
COVER, OPERATION PANEL
LEVER, READ DETECTION
SPRING, DOCUMENT DETECT LEVE
SPRING, OPERATION EARTH
SPRING, ROLLER
SHAFT, SUPPORT ROLLER
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
o
1
2
3
PQDR9685Z
PQMH 10250Z
PQHX10570Z
PQDR10005Z
PQUS10181Z
PQHR10312Z
PQUS10124Z
PQHR10311Z
PQHG10357Z
PQMH10251Z
PQZE3F1000M
PQUS10177Z
PQBX10252Z3
PQKK10060Z1
ROLLER, SUPPORT
ANGLE, OPERATION SUPPORT
COVER, STATIC ELECTRIC
ROLLER, EXIT
SPRING, EXiT
LEVER, SEPARATION SPRING AJT
SPRING, SEPARATION
GUIDE, SEPARATION RUBBER
SEPARATION RUBBER
ANGLE, OPERATION SUPPORT
READING PLATE ASS'Y
SPRING, READING PLATE
BUTTON, TAM/2-LINE SYSEM etc.
COVER, DIALER
o
1
2
,3
,4
,5
16
;7
;8
_9
PQDE10060Z
PQMH 10245Z
PQMH 10253Z
PQDF10046Z
PQUS10168Z
PQDE10052Z
PQMH 10243Z
PQMD 10085Z
PQMH10246Z
PQD E10053Z
(2. UPPER CABINET/PCB/
THERMAL HEAD SECTION)
LEVER, HEAD ARM LOCK
ARM-L, TERMAL HEAD
ANGLE, HEAD ARM
SHAFT, HEAD ARM LOCK
SPRING
LEVER, HEAD ARM LOCK
ANGLE, HEAD ARM
FRAME, TERMAL HEAD
ARM-R, TERMAL HEAD
GUIDE-L, TERMAL HEAD
o
'1
'2
'3
'4
'5
'6
'7
'8
'9
POMH
_o
PQMH 10248Z
PQHG556Z
PQJM128Z
PQJS02Q62Z
PQJS02Q68Z
PQBH10019Z2
PQUS10174Z
PQHD100t0Y
PQKM 10210Xl
PQBD 10033W2
I
I
I
2
Part No.
I Pcs
I
(1. OPERATION PANEL SECTION)
CABINET BODY (TOP COVER)
LEVER, FILM DETECTION
GUIDE-L, DOCUMENT
GUIDE-R, DOCUMENT
GEAR, DOCUMENT GUIDE
ANGLE, DOCUMENT GUIDE
PLASTIC PARTS, STOPPER BELT
LABEL, HEAD CAUTION
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
10255Z
PQHR10450Z
PQUS10167Z
PQDE10054Z
PQJS15P01Z
PQJ HS0016Z
PQDF10047Z
PQKM 102t
1Z1
PQHX10241Z
PQAS5P
13Z
ANGLE, TERMAL HEAD FULCRUM
COVER
SPRING, TERMAL HEAD
GUIDE-R, TERMAL HEAD
CONNECTOR LEAD, 15P
TERMAL HEAD
SHAFT, FILM GUIDE ROLLER
HANDSET CRADLE
CARD, TEL. NO.
SPEAKER
9
Not Used
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
Pcs
Model KX-F1200
1. RTL (Retention Time Limited)
The marking (RTL) indicates that the Retention Time is limited for this item.
After the discontinuation of this assembly in production, the item will continue to
Ref.
KX-Fi200
PQGP10120Z
PQGV 10032Z
PQGD10145Z
PQGG10061X1
IPQKM10209Z1
PQBC10170Z2
PQHR10445Z
PQGP10091Z
PQGP10092Z
PQBX10217Y2
PQBCl0t 67Zl
PQBX 1021672
PQBC10166Z1
Not Used
PQBX 10253Z 1
PQBX 10255Z 1
PQHX10585Z
PQAVLNY151 G
Not Used
PQHR 10310Z
PQJS10P07Z
PANEL, LCD
TRANSPARENT PLATE, MEMORY CARD
MEMORY CARD
I
PANEL (GRILLE), OPERATION
BUTTON, VOLUME
SPACER, VOLUME BUTTON
COVER-A, LED
COVER-B, LED
BUTTON, DIAL
BUTTON, SP-PHONE
I
BUTTON, STOP/COPY
5UT't'O_, STAP,3"
I
BUTTON, HELP
IBUTTON, ONE TOUCH
PLASTIC PARTS, ONE TOUCH BuI-rON
LCD UNIT
GUIDE, LCD UNIT
3ONNECTOR LEAD, 10P
_2
_3
_4
_5
_6
_7
_8
_9
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
1
1
1
1
t
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
t
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
ANGLE, SCANNER
RUBBER PARTS, MIC COVER
MICROPHONE
CONNECTOR LEAD, 2P
CONNECTOR LEAD, 2P
BUTTON, HOOK
SPRING, OPERATION PANEL
SCREW
CABINET BODY
KNOB, OPEN
1
SPRING, OPERATION PANEL
ANGLE, SCANNER
/_NGLE, P. C. B.
1
1
9
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
I
SHEE
1
1
1
1
1
1
- 183 -
10
)1
)2
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
PQUS10184Z
!PQMH10249Z
PQMH10_47Z
PQDEI O063Z
PQDE10062Y
PQDF10051Z
PQDJ 10002Z
PQDN 10022Z
PQDN10021Z
PQUS10014Z
LE_/_.P_-L,
LOCK
LEVER-R, LOCK
SHAFT, LOCK LEVER
SPACER, ROLLER
ROLLER, DOCUMENT FEED
ROLLER, SEPARATION
SPRING, ONE WAY
1
1
1
6
2
1
1
KX-Flzuu
This
Ref. No.
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
4O0
401
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
J
replacement
Part No.
PQDG10006Z
XUC2FY
PQDG10034Z
PQMD1O087Z
PQJP3A3Z
PQJS02Q59Y
PQMD10088Z
PQJS 10P06Z
PQMH10257Z
PQMH10256Z
PQDJ10021Y
PQDF10057Z
Not Used
Not Used
PQUS10018Z
XNG26F
PQJSO2Q89Z
PQKK10048Z2
PQJC915Z
RJC314Z
RJC746Z
PQQT 11089Z
PQMD1O086Z
PQQT 11153Z
PQUG 10009Z
PFUG1001Z
PQJS4P02Z
PQDE10055Z
PQUS10171Z
PQJQ10015Z
PQDG10053Z
PQDJ10018Y
PQDG10054Z
PQUS 10170Z
XUC4FY
PQDJ10017Y
PQUA10012Z
PQUAt 0014Z
PQDE10061Y
PQUS10179Z
PQDG10051Z
PQDG 10052Z
PQDJ 10008Y
PFDXl001Z
PQDN10028Z
PQDF 10044Z
Not Used
PQUG10007Z
PQDG10050Z
PQDG 10049Z
PQDJ10017Z
PQUA 10013Z
PQUS10161Z
PQUS10188Z
PQDG 10047Z
PQDX 10017Z
PQDX10016Z
PQDG10058Z
PQDG 10057Z
PQDG10056Z
PQDG10059Z
PQDE 10059Y
XWE3
PQUS10191Z
PQDG10055Z
PQUA10915Z
PQJQ10010Z
PQJS5P04Z
PQDG 10029Z
PQDG10026Z
parts
list
is
for
KX-F1200
only.
Refer to the simplified
Part Name & Description
Pcs
GEAR, SEPARATION ROLLER
RETAINING RING
GEAR, DOCUMENT FEED ROLLER
FRAME, BOTTOM
AC INLET
_,ONNECTOR LEAD, 2P
FRAME
3ONNECTOR LEAD, 10P
_.NGLE, SEPARATION ROLLER
ANGLE, SEPARATION ROLLER
SPACER, SEPARATION ROLLER
SHAFT, SEPARATION ROLLER
1
1
2
1
;168
1
172
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
173
tk
i Ref. No.
(3. MECHANICAL SECTION)
CHASSIS, MEMBER-A
INDICATION LABEL
GUIDE, P. PAPER
GUIDE, P. PAPER
CONNECTOR LEAD, 4P
LEVER, P. TOP SENSOR
SPRING, P. TOP SENSOR
RX MOTOR
GEAR, ROLLER DRIVE
SPACER, PLATEN
GEAR, IDLE
SPRING, HEAD ARM
RETAINING RING
SPACER (LEAD CLAMPER)
CHASSIS
SUB CHASSIS
ARM, RX RENDULUM
SPRING, RX RENDULUM
3EAR, RX SUN
GEAR, RX PLANETARY
SPACER, ROLLER
ROLLER, PICK UP
ROLLER, PLATEN
SHAFT, FILM GUIDE ROLLER
GUIDE, P. EXIT
GEAR, RIBBON
GEAR, RIBBON
SPACER, RIBBON
CHASSIS
SPRING, LIFT
SPRING
GEAR, PICK UP
GEAR, SUPPLY TORQUE LIMITOR
GEAR, WIND TORQUE LIMITER
GEAR, IDLE
GEAR, IDLE
GEAR, IDLE
GEAR, IDLE
ARM, RX PENDULUM
NASHER
SPRING, RX PENDULUM
GEAR, PLANETARY
CHASSIS, TX GEAR
TX MOTOR
CONNECTOR LEAD, 5P
GEAR, IDLE
GEAR, IDLE
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
5
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
2
6
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
manual
Icover/for
other areas.
Part Name & Description
=QDG 10025Z
PQUS10125Y
PQDF10045Z
PQDR9685Z
PQUG10010Z
PQJE113Z
XPL2A12WVW
PQDJ10016Z
PQHX10582Z
PQJS6P03Z
PQDN10029Z
PQDE10056Z
GEAR, IDLE
SPRING, ROLLER
SHAFT, P. EXIT ROLLER
ROLLER, SUB
GUIDE, P. EXIT
UNITISTATIC BRUSH
PIN
SPACER, EXIT ROLLER
COVER, SENSOR BOARD
CONNECTOR LEAD, 6P
ROLLER, PAPER EXIT
LEVER, PAPER SENSOR
189
PQDE10851Z
PQUS10165Z
PQUG10006Y
PQJV10008Z
PQJS3P05Z
XUCSFY
PQDJ1002OZ
PQMD1O083Z
PQHR10444Z
PQDF 10043Z
LEVER, P. EXIT SENSOR
SPRING, P. EXIT SENSOR
GUIDE, SEPARATION
UNITISTATIC BRUSH
CONNECTOR, 3P
RETAINING RING
SPACER, LIFT UP
CHASSIS, PICK UP
SPACER, SEPARATION
SHAFT, LEFT PLATE
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
PQUS10162Z
PQDE10050Z
PQMH10244Z
Not Used
PQFN51Z
PQDJ 10019Z
PQDG10048Z
PQUS10178Z
PFHX1004Z
PQHX10606Z
169
170
171
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
SPRING, LOCK LEVER SHAFT
NUT
CONNECTOR LEAD, 2P
COVER, BATTERY
BATTERY TERMINAL, + SIDE
BATTERY TERMINAL, - SIDE
BATTERY TERMINAL, + - SIDE
LABEL, BATTERY COVER
Pad No.
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
i Pcs I
2
I
1
I
2
I
1
I
1
I
2
I
2
I
1
!
1
1
1
!
!
!
1
1
1
1
1
I
I
I
I
I
2 I
2 I
1
1
1
I
I
I
SPRING, LIFT
ARM, LIFT UP
ANGLE, LIFT
1
2
1
I
I
I
NASHER
SPACER, FILM GEAR
GEAR, FILM DRIVE
SPRING, HEAD ARM
SPACER
SPACER SHEET
2
2
1
1
1
4
I
1
4
I
I
1
I
1
1
i
i
I
I
I
I
I
4. LOWER CABINET/PAPER
229-8
PF MH 1002Z
229-9
PFMH1003Z
229-10
PFMH1004Z
229-11
PQJV10008Z
229-12
PFUS1001Y
CASSETTE SECTION)
;ABINET PLATE
RUBBER PARTS, LEG
GUIDE-R, PAPER CASSETTE
ROM LID
GUIDE-L, PAPER CASSETTE
COVER, PAPER CASSETTE
LABEL, AC IN
NAME PLATE
PAPER CASSE]-I-E ASS'Y
GUIDE, LEAGL CHANGE
SPACER, PAPER CASSETTE
ANGLE, PAPER CASSETTE
RUBBER, CASSETTE SEPARATION
SHEET
3ORNER RUBBER
_,ORNE R THERMINAL-L
3ORNER THERMINAL-R
3ORNER ANGLE-L
CORNER ANGLE-R
JNITISTATIC BRUSH
SPRING
300
LNR304501
PQHR9725Z
PQHX10457Z
PQMD10073Z
PQUA10008Z
PQUS216Z
PQUS217Z
PQOG10003Z
PQOL6Y
PQOMIOOIOZ
PQOM10011Z
PQOM10012Z
[5. CCD SECTION)
LED ARRAY
SPACER
3OVER
COVER
CHASSIS
SPRING, MIRROR
SPRING, LENS
GLASS
LENS
MIRROR, LONG
MIRROR, MIDDLE
MIRROR, SHORT
220
PQKF10149Z1
221
PQHG10065Z
222
PQKR10017Z
223
PQKE5SZ4
224
PQKR10018Z
225
PQZE2F10OOM
226
PFQT1001
227
PQGT12276Z
229
PQZE1F100OM
229-1
PQKR10016Y1
229-2
PQHR10443Z
229-3
PQMD
229-4
PQHG10355Y
10082Y
229-5
PFHS1001Z
229-6
PQHG431Z
229-7
PFMH1001Z
30!
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
- 184-
Z
1
I
1
|
1
I
1
I
3
I
2
I
1
2
!
I
2
I
2
1
I
i
1
!
1
!
1
2
2
!
I
I
1
I
1
1
1
1
6
i
i
|
i
I
1
I
1
1
1
1
I
I
I
I
1
I
,, i
KXlr i zuo
IThis
replac--ement
Ref. No. I
parts
Part No.
list
is
for
KX-F1200
only.
Part Name & Description
Refer
Pcs
to the
simplified
Ref. No.
manual/cover
Part No.
I for other
I
areas.
Pcs
Part Name & Description
I
ACCES_ CRIES AND PACKING MATERIALS
A1
PQJA59V
A2
PQJA200Z
A3
PQJA212M
A4
PQZSF1000M
_5
XZB30X45A03
_,6
PQQX 11546Z
&7
PQJXD0105Z
&8
XZB15X40A04
_9
PQKS10011Z
A10
XZB20X20A04
All
XZB36X40A04
A12
XZB36X50A04
A13
PQQW11520Z
A14
PQQW11521Z
A15
PQJA48W
CORD, TEL.
_ S
CORD, AC
/k
3ORD, HANDSET
SPRING (STACKER)
PROTECTION COVER (DOCUMENTS
INSTRUCTION BOOK
HANDSET ASS'Y
S
PROTECTION COVER (D. TRAY)
DOCUMENT TRAY
PROTECTION COVER (CORDS)
PROTECTION COVER (INK FILM)
PROTECTION COVER (P. CASSETTE
QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
CARD, REMOTE CONTROL
CORD, TEL. (4P)
Ak
ACCESSORY BOX
CUSHION FOR ACCESSORY BOX
P1
PQPN10499Z
P2
PQPE
P3
PQPN10501Z
CUSHION-R
P4
PQPE
10029Z
CUSHION-L1
P5
PQPE
10030Z
CUSHION-L2
P6
PQPN10502Z
CUSHION-L
P7
PQPE10028Z
CUSHION-R1
P8
PQPK11988Z
PACKING
P9
PQPE10038Y
CUSHION
P 10
PQPE10037Z
CUSHION,
P11
PQPH10051Z
PROTECTION
10027Z
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
CASE
INK FILM
COVER
(SET)
DIGITAL BOARD PARTS
PCB1
PFWP1F1200M
IC401
PFVI96031FKG
IC402
PFWIF1200M
IC403
PQVICX58257C
IC404
PQVIM66358FP
IC405
PQVIR96DFXL
IC406
PQVIBA12003
IC407
PQVlSMA7029M
IC408
PQVIS3510ACJ
IC409
PQVIMM1245BF
IC411
IC413
IC415
IC416
IC417
IC419
PQVITC7S00FL
PQVlNJM4558M
PQVlHY54256G
PQVIHY54256G
PQVIBU121020
PFVITC7S32F
DIGITAL
BOARD
1
ASS'Y(RTL)
(ICs)
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
S
S
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
PQJP11A19Z
PQJP11A19Z
PQJP11A19Z
PQJP10G30Y
PQJP8G30Y
PQJP02G100Z
PQJP08G100Z
PQJP05G100Z
PQJP05A22Z
PQJP3G30Y
PQJP03G100Z
PQJP04G100Z
PQJP6G30Y
C403
PQCUV1E104MD
C405
PQCUVlH182KB
C406
PQCUV1H222KB
C407
PQCUV1E104MD
CAPACITORS)
0.1
0.0018
0.0022
0.1
O411-425
C426
0427
C430
C434
PQCUVl
E104MD
0.1
PQCUV
! H 180JC
18P
PQCUVl
H330JC
33P
PQCUV
1E 104MD
0.1
PQCUV1H221JC
220P
C501
C502
C503
C504
C505
C506
C507
C508
G509
PQCUV1E
C510
C511
C513
C514
C515
C516
C518
C519
C520
C521
C522
C523
C526
C527
C528
C530
Q401
2SD1921Q
Q402
PQVTDTC114EU
Q403
2SB1322
Q405
2SD1819A
Q406
2SB1051K
Q407
2SD1819A
Q408
2SD1819A
Q410,411
PQVTDTCl14EU
Q420,421
2SB1197K
TRANSISTORS)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
(or 2SD1994A)
(or UN5211)
(or 2SB1237R)
(or 2SC4155R)
(or 2SB1197K)
(or 2SC4155R)
(or 2SC4155R)
(or UN5211)
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
DIODES)
D601
D602
_ATT
MA7200
RLS71
P('3P_RgOR2HOg
DIODE(.St)
DIODE(SI)
(BA'N'ERY)
LITHIUM BATTERY
S
(CONNECTORS)
CONNECTOR, lIP
CONNECTOR, 11P
CONNECTOR, 11P
CONNECTOR, 10P
CONNECTOR, SP
CONNECTOR, 2P
CONNECTOR, 8P
CONNECTOR, 5P
CONNECTOR, 5P
CONNECTOR, 3P
CONNECTOR, 3P
CONNECTOR, 4P
CONNECTOR, 6P
CN401
CN402
CN403
CN404
CN405
CN406
CN407
CN408
CN409
CN411
CN412
CN413
CN414
0.1
ECEAOJK221
220
PQCUV1E104MD
0.1
PQCUV1E104MD
0.1
PQCUV1H102J
E104MD
0.001
1
o.1
33OP
o.1
1
33OP
o.1
H102J
0.001
1H 105JC
PQCUV1H331JC
PQCUV1
PQCUV1
PQCUV
1E104MD
PQCUV1H
PQCUV1
1
1
1
1
S
S
S
S
S
1
1
1
1
14
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PQCUV1E104MD
PQCUV
1
_
0.1
PQCUV1E104MD
1
SI
S
S
PQCUVlE104MD
PQCUV1H331JC
1
sI
1E104MD
1E104MD
1
0.1
PQCUV
PQCUV
1
0.1
0.1
PQCUVlH105JC
1
1
1
0.1
1E 104MD
104MD
1
1
S'
S
104MD
PQCUV
PQCUV1E
1
0.1
102J
0.001
H102J
0.001
PQCUV1H103KB
0.01
ECEAlCK101
100
PQCUV1H105JC
1
PQCUV1 H105JC
S
S
1
s!
1
S
S
SI
S
S
1
1
t
1
1
S
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
S
1
S _
s
PQCUV 1C224ZF
C550
C552,553 PQCUV1 E104MD
0.22
0.1
S
1
2
C561
PQCUV1
C580-583 PQCUV1
PQCUV1
C584
C585
PQCUV1
0.1
0.033
0.1
0.1
S
S
S _
S
1
4
1
1
C601
C602
0604,605
1
_606,607
1
C608
1
C701
C702
- 185-
E104MD
E333MD
E104MD
E104MD
ECEAIVKA220
22
ECEA1VU221
220
€7OP
}.0022
PQCUVIH471J(3
PQCU_/1H222KB
PQCUV1EIO4MD
PQCUV1E104MD
PQCUV 1EIO4MD
1
1
2
3.1
s
1
0.1
0.1
S
S
1
1
KX-F 1 zuu
IThis
J
replacement
Ref. No.
parts list is for KX-1-1200 uiily.
Part No.
PCX_UV 1E104MD
0.1
C705
PQCUV
1H 103KB
0.01
1H103KB
0.01
C706
PQCUV
C707
PQCUV1E104MD
0.1
C709
PQCUV
47P
0710
PQCUV 1H470JC
PQCUV 1E 104MD
1H470JC
Pcs
Part Name & Description
C704
S
S
S
S
ERJ3GEYJO00
0
R442
PQ4R10XJ472
4.7K
R456-45_
PQ4Rt0XJ331
ERJ3GEYJ333
ERJ3GEYJ682
PQLQR1RM601
330
33K
6.8K
COIL
1
1
1
4
R460-467
ERJ3GEYJ331
330
8
1
1
1
1
R470-473
R477,47_
PQLQR1 RM601
ERJ3GEYJ331
PQ4R10XJ331
ERJ3GEYJ331
COIL
330
330
330
4
2
1
2
1
2
R480
ERJ3GEYJ000
0
1
R501
R502
R503
R504
R505
R506
R507
R508
R509
ERD25TJ220
PQ4R10XF1802
PQ4R10XF8662
PQ4RIOXJI03
ERJ6ENF4752
ERJ3GEYJ473
PQ4RlOXJ332
PCHR10XF8662
PQ4R10XJ154
22
EXCEMT222D
EXCEMT220B
(CERAMIC FILTERS)
CERAMIC FILTER
CERAMIC FILTER
PQLQR2BT
PQLQR2BT
PQLQR1ET
PQLQR1E21A05
PQLQR1RM601
(COILS)
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL
L403
L404, 415
L405
L406
L407-414
R440
R452
S
LC501
LC502
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0.1
3P
1E 104MD
1M
27
S
S
S
S
S
S
ECUV1H030CCV
C725
PQ4R10XJ270
4.7K
PQCUV
C724
PQ4RIOXJI05
st
C751,752
C721
R436
R437
47K
C750
C719
i
1
1
S
S
1
2
1
1
8
R454
R455
R474,47_
R476
RA407-
EXRV8V331JV
EXRV8Vl01JV
(COMPONENT COMBINATIONS)
RASISTOR ARRAY
RASISTOR ARRAY
RA410
86.6K
1OK
47.5K
47K
3.3K
86.6K
150K
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
220K
4.7K
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
_558,559
PQ4R10XJ472
ERJ3GEYJ000
ERJ3GEYJ472
4.7K
0
4.7K
2
1
2
R561,562
PQ4R10XJ331
_563,564
ERJ3GEYJ563
_565
PQ4R10XJ331
_566
ERJ3GEYJ563
_567
PQ4R10XJ331
_568
ERJ3GEYJ563
_569
PQ4R10XJ122
330
56K
330
56K
330
56K
1.2K
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
R570
_578
ERJ3GEYJ333
ERJ3GEYJ562
PQ4R10XJ472
PQ4R10XJ103
33K
5.6K
4.7K
1OK
1
1
1
1
t593
t595
PQ4RIOXJO00
PQ4RIOXJO00
t601
_602
ERD25TJ332
PQ4R10XJ821
3.3K
820
_610-613
5.6K
_618
ERJ3GEYJ562
PQ4R10XJ472
PQ4R10XJ103
PQ4R10XJ101
_621
ERJ3GEYJ393
39K
;t622
PQ4R10XJ473
47K
:1624
PQ4R10XJ473
47K
R512
2
4
S
18K
PQ4R10XJ224
PQ4R10XJ224
PQ4R18XJ102
PQ4R18XJ102
PQ4R10XJ102
ERJ3GEYJ103
PQ4R10XJ472
R510
R511
RA405,40€
Pcs
Part Name & Description
PQ4R10XJ472
C731
C717
areas.
PQ4RlOXJ473
S
S
C716
Part No.
for other
R444
0.1
0.01
47P
0.01
C715
nlaNuul/L;ovu[}
R443
PQCUVlE104MD
PQCUV1H103KB
PQCUV 1 H470JC
PQCUVlH103KB
C714
Ref. No.
simpIilied
1
1
PQCUV 1E 104MD
PQCUV1H100DC
PQCUVlH100DC
PQCUV 1E104MD
PQCUVl E104MD
PQCUV1E104MD
C712
1
1
I
1
1
to the
1
1
1
1
47P
0.1
0.1
lOP
lOP
0.1
0.1
0.1
C711
Heler
_513
_514
_517
_518
220K
1K
1K
1K
1OK
(RESISTORS)
L401
L402
PQ4R10XJ000
L502
PQ4R18XJ000
L701
PQ4RIOXJO00
L702
PQ4RIOXJO00
L703
PQ4RIOXJO00
PQ,4R10XJ000
0
0
1
1
1
o
o
o
1
1
1
0
R406-409
PQ4RIOXJO00
PQ4RIOXJI02
PQ4R10XJ472
PQ4RIOXJI03
PQ4R10XJ331
330
1
1
1
1
4
R410
PQ4RIOXJO00
R411
PQ4R10XJ222
R412
PQ4RIOXJI03
R413-417
PQ4R10XJ331
R418
PQ4RIOXJO00
_419
PQ4R10XJ331
0
2.2K
1OK
330
3
330
1
1
1
5
1
1
_420
PQ4R10XJ223
22K
_421
PQ4RlOXJ563
56K
_422
PQ4R10XJ473
_I7K
_423
PQ4R10XJ472
4.7K
R424
PQ4R10XJ272
2.7K
R425
PQ4R10XJ472
4.7K
1
1
1
1
1
1
_434
ERJ3GEYJ472
4.7K
R435
PQ4R10XJ472
4.7K
R402
R403
R404
R405
_553,554
_557
1K
4.7K
10K
_573
_577
1
1
_614-616
_617
- 186 -
1
1
4.7K
1OK
100
S
1
1
4
3
1
1
1
1
1
rkA-hlZUU
........
i
1his
replacement
Re1. No.
parts
Part No.
list
Is for
KX-F1200
only.
Part Name & Description
R627
R628
R629
ERJ3GEYJ393
PQ4R10XJ563
PQ4R10XJ471
39K
56K
470
R630
R631
R632
R633
R634
R635
R636
R637
PQ4R10XJ272
ERDSlVJ1R0
PQ4R10XJ272
ERDS1VJ1R0
PQ4R10XJ000
ERJ3GEYJ000
PQ4R10XJ000
ERJ3GEYJ101
2.7K
R640
R641,642
R643,644
R645,646
R647
R648
R649
PQ4R10XJ822
ERJ3GEYJ123
ERJ3GEYJ123
PQ4R10XJ123
PQ4R10XJ123
ERJ3GEYJ000
PQ4R10XJ472
L2K
12K
12K
12K
12K
0
4.7K
Pcs
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2.7K
o
o
o
lOO
(or 2SC4155S)
(or 2SA1576R)
(or 2SB1237R)
S
S
S
Q30
PQVTDTC143E
TRANSISTOR(SI)
Q31
PQVTDTC143E
TRANSISTOR(SI)
D1,2
D3,4,5
D6
RLS71
1SS131
RLS71
DIODES)
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(SI) (or 1SS120)
DIODE(SI)
2
3
1
1SS131
MA143
RLS71
1SS131
MA728
MA723
MA728
MA141WA
MA141WA
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(St)
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(Sl)
DIODE(Sl)
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(Sl)
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
_ECl,2
PQVDS1ZB40F1
DIODE(SI)
ZD1
ED2
7D3
7D4
ZD5
706
7D7
7..D8
7D9
MA4180
PQVDHZS2B1
MA4056
;PQVDRLZ5R6
MA4180
PQVDHZS2B1
MA4056
PQVDRLZ5R6
PQVDMZJ24A
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(Sl)
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(Sl)
7D10
MA4120M
DIODE(Sl)
7D11
PQVDMZJ24A
DIODE(SI)
ZD12
MA4120M
DIODE(SI)
2
CN1,2,3
PQJS11A10Z
CONNECTOR,
11P
1
CN4
PQJP10G30Y
CONNECTOR,
10P
2
1
CN5
ON6
PQJP2G30Z
pQJ PO2GIOOZ
CONNECTOR,
CONNECTOR,
2P
2P
100
R712-715
ERJ3GEYJ331
330
R719
ERJ3GEYJ472
4.7K
1
1
1
10K
0
4.7K
R736
R737
R738
R739
PQ4R10XJ101
PQ4R10XJ101
PQ4R10XJ101
PQ4R10XJ472
100
100
100
4.7K
1
1
1
1
R745
R747
R748
PQ4R10XJ472
ERJ3GEYJ105
ERJ3GEYJ270
4.7K
1
1
1
1M
27
CRYSTAL OSCILLATORS &
CERAMIC FILTER)
CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR
;RYSTAL OSCILLATOR
CERAMIC FILTER
1
1
ANALOG BOARD PARTS
IC14,15
ir, t =:
PQVtNJM4558M
Dt%\IIT(':7W(14
FI
1
1
PQ4R10XJ101
BOARD
ASSY
(RTL)
S
S
S
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
IDll
_12
D13
D14
D15
D16
D17
D18
iD20
CONNECTORS
IC
IC
IC
IC
1
S
R70_708
PQVIMC34119M
Q'22
Q23
Q24,25
Q26,27
Q28
Q29
1
(or 2SC4155S)
4.7K
I012
2SD1819A
2SD1302
PQVTDTC143E
UN5213
PQVTDTC143E
2SD1819A
1
(or 2SC4155S)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSlSTOR(Sl)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSlSTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
PQ4R10XJ472
PFVIBU4066BF
Q10
Q11
Q12
Q14
Q15
Q16-19
1
2SD1819A
PQVTDTC!43E
2SD1819A
2SB1218A
2SB1322
PQVTDTC143E
R704
IC10,11
TRANSISTORS)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
1
4
0
PQVI63HB110
PQVIS79164FU
PQVlBU8242F
PFVlLC7366NM
PQVlTA31081 F
PQVlCS10256N
PQVlTC4052BF
PQVIBU4053BC
PFVIBU4066BF
2SA1627
2SD1819A
2SC2235
2SA1627
2SD1819A
2SC2235
2SD1819A
1
S
PQ4R10XJ000
IC1
IC2
IC3
IC4
IC5
IC6
IC7
IC8
IC9
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7,8,9
S
S
S
(or 2SC4155S)
1
R703
(ICs)
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
1
1M
ANALOG
PQVtNJM4558M
PQVlNJM4558M
PQVINJM4558M
S
PQ4R10XJ105
PQLP 10158M
IC20
IC21
IC22
(or 2SC4155S)
1
R702
PCB2
IC
IC
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSlSTOR(Sl)
TRANSlSTOR(SI)
TRANSlSTOR(Sl)
TRANSISTOR(Sl)
1
1
1
1
1
3
4
1
PFVBKBR16.0M
PQVIS80732S
PQVlNJM4558M
1
2.2K
X404
ICl 7
IC18,19
1
1
2
PQ4R10XJ222
PQVCL3276N6Z
Pcs
S
2
R701
X403
I
other areas.
(or 2SC4155S)
2
1
1
2
PQVCJ2400N5Z
Icover/|or
Part Name & Description
S
D
330
3
X401
manual
Part No.
(or 2SC4155S)
1
ERJ3GEYJ000
ERJ3GEYJ331
ERJ3GEYJ000
PQ4R10XJ103
PQ4R10XJ000
ERJ3GEYJ472
Ref. No.
1
R651
R653
R654,655
R721
R722
R724
Refer to the simplified
- 187 -
1
1
S
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
& JACKS)
3
1
1
1
KX- F1200
This replacement
Ref.
No.
I
CN9
parts
Part No.
I PQJP07A92Z
list is for KX-F1200
Part Name
CONNECTOR,
only.
Pcs
& Description
7P
1
CN10
I PQJP14A92Z
CONNECTOR,
14P
1
CN11
I PQJP2D68Z
CONNECTOR,
2P
1
JJ1
PQJJ1TB26Z
JACK
JJ2
PQJJ1T004Z
JACK
1
JJ4
PQJJ1TB18Z
JACK
1
C1
ECQE2224KF
C2
ECKD2H681KB
33
ECKD2H681KB
04
ECUV1H103KBV
C5
ECEA1HKS4R7
36
ECEA1CKS100
37
PQCUV
C8
ECEA1CU221
C9
ECEA1CKS100
310
I PQCUV1C334ZF
1E333MD
(CAPACITORS)
0.22
680P
B80P
D.01
4.7
10
0.033
220
10
9.33
S
1
Refer to the simplified
I Ref. No. I
'092
C93
C94
C95
C96.97
C98
C99
I ECUV1H102KBV
021
PQCUV
1E 104MD
322
I ECUV1H680JCV
58P
,323
I PQCUVl
0.1
3.324
I ECUVl
325
EIO4MD
H68OJCV
PQCUV1E473MD
ECUVlH103KBV
ECUV1H103KBV
ECEA1HKS4R7
ECUV1 H223KBV
PQCUV 10224ZF
ECUV1H223KBV
1
S
1
S
1
S
1
S
1
C116
1
ic117
C119
1
S
I EGEA1CU221
I ECEA1CKS100
340
350
I PQCUV
I ECUV1
351
10334ZF
H102KBV
PQCUV1
E104MD
ECEA10KS470
47
O134
ECEA1CKS470
47
O135
ECUVt
0.01
1
1
0136
ECUV1H101JCV
100P
1
1
C137
ECUV1H101JCV
100P
1
1
C138
ECUVtH101JCV
100P
1
C139
ECUV1H103KBV
0.01
l
0.0047
1
D.0047
1
1
0.001
S
,355
I PQCUV1
3.068
1
C140
,356
I ECUV 1H680JCV
38P
1
C141
358,59
IPQCUV1EIO4MD
3,1
2
C142
,360
I PQC UV 1C334ZF
3,33
10
0,022
470P
1
22
0,33
10
S
IECEA1HU220
.368
369
IPQCUV1C334ZF
I ECEA1CKS
100
1E333MD
H103KBV
1
C144
S
1
C146
S
1
C147
S
1
C148
S
1
C149
ECUV1H472KBV
ECUV1 H472KBV
ECUV1H472KBV
ECUV1 H223KBV
PQ4R10XJ000
ECEA1 HKSR47
PQCUV1H105JC
ECUV1H222KBV
PQCUV1E104MD
S
1
1
C150,15
1
S
C!43
366
0.033
0.0022
0.0047
0.01
330P
0.022
0.01
0.01
680P
0.022
1
C133
1
I ECEA1HKS010
si
0.033
38P
I PQCUV1H471JC
S
0.022
0.01
0.1
365
S
0.22
PQCUV
I ECUV1H680JCV
;63
S
0.022
PQCUV1HIO3KB
I PQCUV1E104MD
I PQCUVlH223KB
4.7
C132
354
362
0.01
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
C131
353
100
1.047
0.01
1
68P
ECEA1CKS
t
1
H105JC
1
S
I ECUV1H680JCV
.361
PQCUV1
1
1
S
S
S
1
1
1
1
1
1
S
1
s
1
1
352
C683MD
1
0.0082
C129
s
0.33
o.1
10
ECUV1H822KBV
1
s
C124
339
ECEAlCKS100
S
C123
338
1
C128
2
I PQCUV1E333MD
4.7
1
IPQCUV1EIO4MD
337
1
ECEA1HKS4R7
S
,.328,29
I ECEAlCKSt00
220
C127
C122
,.336
1
ECEA1AU221
1
1
I ECEA1HKS4R7
470
C126
r_SP
335
1
ECEAOJU471
2
I ECUV
I ECUV1H103KBV
1
47
C125
,326
334
160P
ECEA1CKS470
1
C121
IECKD2H681KB
S
S
S
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
PQCUV1E333MD
ECUV1H222KBV
PQCUV 1H472KB
PQCUV 1H103KB
ECUV1H331JCV
POCUV1H223KB
ECUV1H103KBV
ECUV 1H103KBV
ECUV1H681KBV
PQCUV 1H223KB
C120
332,33
0.0039
0.033
220P
0.033
1
2.2
).22
Pcs
1
1
0.22
580P
0.01
4.7
10
0.033
220
t0
for other areas.
Part Name & Description
1
1
ECQE2224KF
PQCUV10224ZF
ICl12
Cl14
1
0.068
331
ECEA1HKS2R2
Cl10
S
I PQCUV1C683MD
0.1
POCUV1H333MD
PQCUV1H105JC
1
1
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ECUV1H221JC
1
S
0.001
0.1
PQCUV1E333MD
ECUV1H561JCV
C115
C20
ECUV1H392KBV
C100
C101
C102
C103
C104
C105
C107
C109
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1
S
S
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1
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S
S
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1
1
11
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1
0.1
1
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1
2
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1
1
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1
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2
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2
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0.1
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220
S
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1
1
1
1
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3170
3171
3172
3173
3174
3175
3176
3177
.3178
3179
ECEA1CKS100
ECEA1AU10t
ECUV1H102KBV
PQCUV1 E473MD
PQCUV1E104MD
PQCUV1 E473MD
PQ4R10XJ000
PQCUV1C683MD
PQCUVlH223KB
ECUV1H152KBV
.3180
PQCUV1H223KB
PQCUV1C683MD
PQCUV1H103KB
ECUV1H221JCV
PQCUV1E104MD
PQCUV1E333MD
ECUVIH681KBV
PQCUV1H103KB
ECUV1H152KBV
0.022
0.068
0.01
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0.0015
S
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ECUV1HIO3KBV
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ECUV1 H104ZFV
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0.022
0.01
0.1
100
0.1
100
S
;181
;182
;183
;184
;185
;188
;187
;188
;192
;193,194
;195,196
;197
;198
:199
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PC, =
Part Name & Description
10
S
S
100
0.001
0,047
0.1
S
0.047
0 (RESISTOR)
0,068
0.022
0.0015
S
S
S
S
S
S
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
t
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
Ref. No.
PQCUV1E104MD
D.1
S
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
210
PQCUV1E104MD
0.1
8
1
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ECUV1H222KBV
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223
224,225
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100
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100
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230
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100
231
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233
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234
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235
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100
236
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237
ECUV1H104ZFV
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238
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S
S
S
S
S
8
S
S
S
S
8
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
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1
1
1
2,3,4
7-10
(RESISTORS)
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1
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L15,16
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ERJ3GEYJOR00
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4
2
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R3
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_8
ERDSlTJ473
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ERDS2TJ472
PQ4R18XJ5R6
ERJ3GEYJ103
ERJ3GEYJ472
ERJ3GEYJ330
ERJ3GEYJ393
ERJ3GEYJ103
47K
lOOK
4.7K
5.6
1OK
4.7K
33
39K
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1
1
1
I
1
1
1
1
1
ERJ3GEYJ682
ERJ3GEYJ822
ERJ3GEYJ391
ERJ3GEYJ182
ERJ3GEYJ473
I ERJ3GEYJ472
ERJ3GEYJ333
5.8K
B.2K
390
1.8K
47K
4.7K
33K
1
1K
56K
240K
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56K
240K
2K
220K
22K
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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_13
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_15
_16
_20
_22
_23
_24
_25
_26
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C2
C3,4
C5
_C6
_C7,8,9
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PC 11
PC12
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PQRPBC120N
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THERMISTOR (POSISTOR)
THERMISTOR (POSISTOR)
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3
1
1
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2
1
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1
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ERJ3GEYJ563
ERJ3GEYJ244
iERJ3GEYJ681
ERJ3GEYJ621
IERJ3GEYJ563
ERJ3GEYJ244
4
129
PQ4R10XJ202
ERJ3GEYJ224
ERJ3GEYJ223
_30
_31
_32
_33
_34
_35
_36
_37
_38
139
ERJ3GEYJ223
ERDS1TJ473
'ERJ3GEYJ104
ERDS2TJ472
PQ4R18XJ5R6
ERJ3GEYJ103
ERJ3GEYJ472
ERJ3GEYJ330
ERJ3GEYJ393
ERJ3GEYJ103
22K
140
_28
_41
142
_43
_45
PQLQR1ET
PQLQR2BT
Pcs
ERJ3GEYJOR00
ERJ3GEYJOR00
N4
(COILS)
COIL
COIL
/ for other areas.
Part Name & Description
J1,8,9,10
J25
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:200
:201
:202
:203
204-207
208
209
manual/cover
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_50
_51
_52
_53
_54
_55
_56
_57
_58
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1
1
1
1
1
1
47K
1
100K
1
4.7K
1
5.6
1
10K
1
4.7K
1
33
1
39K
1
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1
ERJ3GEYJ682
ERJ3GEYJ822
ERJ3GEYJ391
ERJ3GEYJ182
ERJ3GEYJ473
ERJ3GEYJ472
E RJ3GEYJ333
6.8K
1
8.2K
1
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1
1.8K
1
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1
4.7K
1
33K
1
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ERJ3GEYJ244
ERJ3GEYJ681
'ERJ3GEYJ621
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56K
240K
680
620
56K
240K
2K
220K
22K
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1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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1
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ERJ3GEYJ244
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ERJ3GEYJ224
ERJ3GEYJ223
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ERJ3GEYJ335
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ERJ3GEYJ222
2.2K
1
ERJ3GEYJ224
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_68
_69
parts
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ERJ3GEYJ102
ERJ3GEYJ473
list
is
Part Name
1K
47K
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KX-F1200
& Description
only.
Refer
Pcs
1
1
22M
1
3.3M
1
2.2K
1
220K
1
1K
1
47K
1
220K
1
4.7K
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ERJ3GEYJ335
ERJ3GEYJ222
ERJ3GEYJ224
ERJ3GEYJ102
ERJ3GEYJ473
ERJ3GEYJ224
ERJ3GEYJ472
ERJ3GEYJ330
33
1
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_86
_89
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ERJ3GEYJ681
ERJ3GEYJ224
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220K
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ERJ3GEYJ684
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56K
680K
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1
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t71
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_140
_141
_142
_143
_144
_145
_146
_147
_148
_149
_150
_151
R152
R154
_158
_159
R160
_161
R162
_163
R164
1
1
1
ERJ3GEYJ103
ERJ3GEYJ394
ERJ3GEYJ562
ERJ3GEYJ 183
ERJ3GEYJ103
10K
390K
5.6K
18K
10K
ERJ3GEYJ114
ERJ3GEYJ472
ERJ3GEYJ473
ERJ3GEYJ222
ERJ3GEYJ473
ERJ3GEYJ223
110K
ERJ3GEYJ152
ERJ3GEYJ153
ERJ3GEYJ223
ERJ3GEYJ224
1.5K
15K
22K
220K
2
ERJ3GEYJ682
ERJ3GEYJ102
ERJ3GEYJ223
ERJ3GEYJ102
ERJ3GEYJ560
ERJ3GEYJ 104
ERJ3GEYJ512
ERJ3GEYJ563
ERJ3GEYJ333
6.8K
1K
22K
1K
56
100K
5.1K
56K
33K
1
ERJ3GEYJ333
ERJ3GEYJ681
ERJ3GEYJ224
ERJ3GEYJ114
ERJ3GEYJ104
ERJ3GEYJ513
ERJ3GEYJ472
ERJ3GEYJ392
ERJ3GEYJ104
ERJ3GEYJ103
33K
680
220K
110K
100K
51K
4.7K
3.9K
100K
10K
1
ERJ3GEYJ154
ERJ3GEYJ275
ERJ3GEYJ123
ERJ3GEYJ682
ERJ3GEYJ823
ERJ3GEYJOR00
150K
1
2.7M
1
12K
1
6.8K
1
82K
1
0
1
47K
1
150K
1
82K
1
68K
100
ERJ3GEYJ473
ERJ3GEYJ154
ERJ3GEYJ823
ERJ3GEYJ683
ERJ3GEYJ101
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47K
2.2K
47K
22K
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1
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IERJ3GEYJ473
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IERJ3GEYJ101
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47K
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IERJ3GEYJ104
IERJ3GEYJ222
IERJ3GEYJ562
IERJ3GEYJ222
IERJ3GEYJ470
IERJ3GEYJ472
IERJ3GEYJ331
IERJ3GEYJ102
100K
1
2.2K
2
5.6K
2
2.2K
1
47
1
4.7K
1
330
1
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2
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R180
R181
R182
R183
R184
R185
R186
R 187,188
R189
I ERJ3GEYJ102
I ERJ3GEYJ563
I ERJ3GEYJ224
I ERJ3GEYJ335
I ERJ3GEYJ474
I ERJ3GEYJ103
I ERJ3GEYJ272
1ERJ3G EYJ222
I ERJ3GEYJ472
bK
56K
220K
3.3M
470K
10K
2.7K
2.2K
4.7K
1
1
1
1
1
1
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R190
R192
R193
R195
R196
R197
R198
R199
I ERJ3GEYJ472
I ERJ3GEYJ202
I ERJ3GEYJ152
I ERJ3GEYJ123
I ERJ3GEYJ473
I ERJ3GEYJ470
I ERJ3GEYJ332
I ERJ3GEYJ103
R200
R201
R202
R203
R205
R206
R207
R208
R2.09
100
1
47K
2
1
I
2
I
1
I
4.7K
2K
1,5K
12K
47K
47
3.3K
10K
1
I
I ERDS2TJ4R7
I ERJ3GEYJ155
I ERJ3GEYJt05
I ERJ3GEYJ103
I ERJ3GEYJ473
I ERJ3GEYJ103
I ERJ3GEYJ563
I ERJ3GEYJ473
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1.5M
1M
10K
47K
10K
56K
47K
33K
I
ERJ3GEYJ153
ERJ3GEYJ223
ERJ3GEYJ103
ERJ3GEYJ271
ERJ3GEYJ182
ERJ3GEYJ474
ERJ3EKF2800
ERJ3EKF2102
ERJ3EKF2800
15K
22K
10K
270
1.8K
470K
280
21k
280
2
21k
1
1
1
2
I
I
I
I
I
I
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
I
I
I
I
I
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I
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1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
R210,211
R2.12
R213
R214
R215
R216
R217
R218
R219
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
R220
1
R221
ERJ3EKF4420
R222
EFU3EKF1022
R224,2251ERJ3GEYJ472
R226
l ERJ3GEYJ105
R227
ERJ3GEYJ822
R228
ERJ3GEYJt24
R229
ERJ3GEYJ561
442
560
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
R230
R231
R232
R233
R235
R236
R237
R238
ERJ3GEYJ563
ERJ3GEYJ472
ERJ3GEYJ222
ERJ3GEYJOR00
ERJ3GEYJ104
ERJ3GEYJ473
ERJ3GEYJ473
ERJ3GEYJ153
56K
4.7K
2.2K
O
100K
47K
47K
15K
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
R240
ERJ3GEYJ333
33K
1
1
IR241
ERJ3GEYJ473
47K
1
1
1
1
1
1
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10.2K
4.7K
1M
B.2K
120K
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replacement
Ref. No.
parts
list is for KX-F1200
Part No.
R242
R243
R244
R245
R246
R247
R248
R249
ERJ3GEYJ104
ERJ3GEYJ103
ERJ3GEYJ392
ERJ3GEYJ103
ERJ3GEYJ302
ERJ3GEYJ162
ERJ3GEYJ511
ERJ3GEYJ121
R250
R251
R252
R253
R254
R255
R256
Part
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I
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Name.
Oesc,ptioo I Pcs
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OPERATION BOARDS PARTS
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1
10K
1
3.9K
1
10K
1
3K
1
1,6K
1
510
1
120
1
ERJ3GEYJ473
47K
1
IERJ3GEYJ334
ERJ3GEYJ103
ERJ3GEYJ183
ERJ3GEYJ473
ERJ3GEYJ104
ERJ3GEYJ683
330K
1
10K
1
18K
1
47K
1
100K
1
68K
1
R261
R262-265
R267
R269
ERJ3GEYJ101
ERJ3GEYJ103
ERJ3GEYJ563
ERJ3GEYJ563
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10K
56K
56K
1
R271
R272
R273
R274
R279
ERJ3GEYJ563
ERJ3GEYJ123
ERJ3GEYJ563
ERJ3GEYJ222
ERJ3GEYJ103
56K
12K
56K
2.2K
10K
1
1
1
1
1
R281
R282
R283
R284
R285
R286
R288
R289
ERJ3GEYJ224
ERJ3GEYJ471
ERJ3GEYJOR00
ERJ3GEYJ223
ERJ3GEYJOR00
ERJ3GEYJ103
ERJ3GEYJ824
ERJ3GEYJ103
220K
470
0
22K
0
10K
820K
10K
1
PQCUV
1
ECEA1AKS221
220
1
PQCUV
1E104MD
0.1
1
PQCUV
1E 104MD
0.1
1
PQCUV1H122KB
0.0012
1
PQCUV
470P
1
PQCUV1H101JC
R290
R291
R292,293
R294
R295
R297,298
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ERJ3GEYJ153
ERJ3GEYJ222
ERJ3GEYJ104
ERJ3GEYJ223
ERJ3GEYJ103
ERJ3GEYJ222
ERJ3GEYJ332
15K
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PQVTDTC114EU
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1
1
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1
1
1
1
1
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2.2K
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2
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1
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0.1
10K
1
PQCUV1H101JC
100P
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3.3K
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PQCUV1H331JC
330P
PQCUV1E104MD
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PQVISGKP01
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1
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0
9
4
9
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1
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PQVDRA311 PT3
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1
3.3K
(VARISTORS)
VARISTOR (SURGE
VARISTOR (SURGE
VARISTOR (SURGE
VARISTOR (SURGE
PQHR9451_'
PQVBT3.58G2
PQVBT7.68T1
TRANSISTOR(SI)
1
PQ4R10XJ000
ABSORBER)
ABSORBER)
ABSORBER)
ABSORBER)
1
1
2
1
S
S
1
1
,,tk
Ak
.,_
2
1
1
PQ4R18XJ000
PQ4R10XJ222
PQ4R10XJ222
PQ4R10XJ222
PQ4R10XJ222
PQ4R10XJ222
PQ4R10XJ222
PQ4R10XJ181
2.2K
PQ4R10XJ181
PQ4R18XJ181
PQ4R10XJ181
PQ4R18XJ222
180
180
180
2.2K
_THER)
E1
iX1
IX2
TRANSISTOR(SI)
i
i
PQ4R10XJ000
3A1
3A2
3A3,4
3A5
1
1
5
1
1
SW SPACER
CERAMICFILTER
CERAMIC
FILTER
I'
=
- 191 -
PQ4R10XJ222
PQ4R1OXJI02
PQ4R10XJ102
pQ4R10XJ102
S
S
S
S
S
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
S
S
1
2
5
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
180
_-.2K
tK
1K
IK
2
s
s
s
6
1
1
KX-F1200
IThis
i
replacement
Ref. No.
)arts
PartNo.
PQ4R10XJ222
PQ4R10XJ222
PQ4R10XJ222
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
R356
PQ4R10XJ222
PQ4R10XJ222
PQ4R10XJ222
PQ4R10XJ222
PQ4R10XJ471
PQ4R10XJ471
PQ4R10XJ471
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
2.2K
470
470
470
R360
R361
R363
R364
PQ4R10XJ821
PQ4R10XJ000
PQ4R10XJ821
PQ4R10XJ331
820
0
820
330
R365,366
PQ4R10XJ331
330
R370
PQ4R10XJ331
330
R371
PQ4R10XJ331
330
R372,373
PQ4R10XJ563
56K
R380
PQ4R10XJ102
1K
R381
PQ4R10XJ473
47K
R347
R348
R349
R350
R351
R352
R353
R354
R355
list is for KX-F1200
only.
Part Name & Description
Refer
Pcs
S
S
1
1
1
S
S
S
S
S
S
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
S
S
S
S
S
1
1
1
t
3
,367
to the simplified
Re,No I
manual
Part No.
Icover)
for other
areas.
IPcs
Part Name & Description
CCD BOARD PARTS
PCB5
PQWP2F500M
CCD BOARD ASS'Y (RTL)
IC801
PQWP2F500M
(Ic)
CCD BOARDASS'Y(RTL)
Q803
2SD1819A
(TRANSISTORS)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
S
(or 2SA1576R, 2SA1602F 2SA1603F)
TRANSISTOR(SI) (or 2SC4155R)
S
CN801
PQJS08Q63Z
(CONNECTOR)
CONNECTOR, 8P
Q801,802 2SB1218A
470
0.1
1
S
1
(RESISTORS)
0
0
PQ4R10XJ000
PQ4R18XJ000
R801,802
R803
R804
R805,806
R807
R808
R809
PQ4RIOXJI01
PQ4R10XJ331
PQ4RIOXJI01
PQ4RIOXJ202
PQ4RlOXJ242
PQ4R10XJ682
PQ4R10XJ180
100
18
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
,313,314
R810
PQ4R10XJ132
,315
R811,812
PQ4R10XJ161
PQ4RlOXJ242
,311,312
R815
R816
R817
,316,317,
R819
PQ4RIOXJI02
1.3K
160
2.4K
6.8K
2.2K
1K
s
s
s
s
s
s
VR801
EVNDXAA03B23
VARIABLE RESISTOR)
SEMI-FIXED RESISTOR, 2K (B)
PQ4R10XJ000
2
S
S
0
S
1
1
1
(SWITCHES)
$301,302
EVQ21405R
1
(CAPACITORS)
C801
ECEA1EU471
C802,803 PQCUVIE104MD
J801-803
J804-806
R392
2
SWITCH
,303,307
330
100
2K
2.4K
6.8K
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
,308,309
$304,305
PQSH1A43Z
SWITCH
8
,306,310
$318
PQSH1A43Z
$319
EVQ21405R
SWITCH
SWITCH
S
EVQ21405R
PQSH1A43Z
SWITCH
SWITCH
EVQ21405R
EVQ21#05R
SWITCH
SWITCH
4
6
$330,331
EVQ21405R
$332-341
EVQ21405R
$342-348
EVQ21405R
SWITCH
SWITCH
SWITCH
2
10
7
$380
PQSH1A101Z
SWITCH
1
2
3
SENSOR BOARD PARTS
PCB4
PQLP10141M
SENSOR BOARD ASS'Y (RTL)
1
(CONNECTOR)
CN1
CN901
CN902
CN904
PQJP03G100Z
PQJP3G43Y
PQJP4G90Z
PQJP6G30Y
CONNECTOR,
3P
1
CONNECTOR,
3P
1
CONNECTOR,
4P
1
CONNECTOR,
6P
1
PS901
PQVIPS6002A
PS902
PQVISGKP01
PS904
PQVIPS4506
PS905
PQVIPS4506
PHOTO ELECTRIC TRANSDUCER)
SENSOR
SENSOR
SENSOR
SENSOR
ESE14A211
(SWITCH)
SWITCH
SW1
PQ4R10XJ222
1
1
$320,321
$322,323
,324
$325
$326-329
S
PQ4R10XJ682
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
SWITCHING POWER SUPPLY BOARD PARTS
PCB6
PQLP10133M-M
POWER SUPPLY BOARD ASS'Y (RTL)
IC10t
IC20t
PQVIFA5311S
AN1431T
(ICs)
IC
IC
Q101
Q202
Q203
Q204,205
PQVTFSIOKMIO
10101
D103,105
D104,204
,206
D106,202
0201
0205
D207
0210
0211
ZSC3568
ZSC1741AS
2SA1309
TRANSISTORS)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
TRANSISTOR(SI)
S
2
PQVDD2SBA60
MA4220
PQVDERA1802
(DIODES)
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(Sl)
S
S
S
1
2
3
MA165
MA6D49
PQVDERA81004
MA4051
MA2300
MA4150
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(SI)
DIODE(Sl)
DIODE(SI)
PQJP2D98Z
PQJP6GIOOZ
PQJPIOG30Y
(CONNECTORS)
CONNECTOR, 2P
CONNECTOR, 6P
CONNECTOR, 10P
1
1
1
2
S
1
1
1
S
S
1
1
1
CN31
CN301
CN302
- 192-
1
1
1
T_is
replacement
Ref. No.
parts list is for
Part No.
KX-F1200
only.
EVNDJAA03B53
(VARIABLE RESISTOR)
SEMI-FIXED RESISTOR, 5K (B)
Z101
ERZC10DK471
Z102
ERZV10DK182U
Z104
ERZC10DK751U
S
S
PCB7
PQLP10105M
DIGITAL
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
IC701
IC702
IC703
PQVlD6305ADW
PQVlMC5480DW
PQVIKM5040AC
[ICs)
IC
IC
IC
CN701
CN702
PQJS14A56Y
PQJS07A56Y
L701
PQLQR1ET
COIL)
COIL
1
X701
PQVCG2949N5Z
(CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR)
CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR
2
1
1
C701
C703
3704,705
3706,707
3708-71
PQCUV1H105JC
PQCUVt H105JC
ECUV1H100DCV
ECUV1H104ZFV
ECUV1H104ZFV
1
10P
0.1
0.1
0713
C714-720
ECUV1H104ZFV
ECUV1H150JCV
0.1
15P
S
1
7
0721
C723-729
ECUV1H104ZFV
ECUVIH150JCV
0.1
15P
S
1
7
R701
ERJCGEYJ105
(RESISTORS)
1M
R702
ERJCGEYJ103
10K
R703
ERJ3GEYJ103
10K
R704
ERJ3GEYJ102
1K
R705
ERJ3GEYJ221
220
R706-712
ERJ3GEYJ221
220
R713
ERJ3GEYJ271
270
ECKDRS222ME
C105
EETLD2D221C
C106
ECKD3A221KBN
_,107
ECUV1H221KBM
3107
ECUV1H221KBN
C108
ECUV1H104KBW
C109
ECUV
C109
ECUV1H561KBN
C111
ECUV1H473KBW
C111
ECUV1H473KBX
C112
ECA1VHG330
C113
ECQU2A473MV
C201
C202
C203
C204
C205
C206
C207
C208
C210
C211
EEUFA1V103
ECQB1H104KF
ECQB1H473JF
ECQB1HI03JF
PQCEA16B220
PQCEA10B1000
PQCEA16A100
ECA1AHG101
ECQV1H224JZ
ECKD3A102KBN
F101
PQBAIC5ONBKL
(FUSE)
FUSE
L101,102
L103
1-201
ELF18D290R
EXCELDR35
PQLQ681388A
COILS)
COIL (LINE FILTER)
BEAD CORE
COIL
PQVIPC817CD
(PHOTO ELECTRIC TRANSDUCER)
PHOTO COUPLER
S
PC101
RL201
PQSLG5P1DC12
R101
R102,103
R104
R105,113
R106
R106
R 107
R 107
R 108
R108
R109,115
R110
R111
Rl12
Rl12
Rl14
Rl14
ERDS1FJ105
ERDS2TJ124
ERGlSJU100
ERXlSJR33P
PQ4R18XJ471
PQ4R10XJ471
PQ4R 18XJ562
PQ4R 10XJ562
PQ4 R 18XJ222
PQ4R10XJ222
ERDS2TJ220
ERDS2TJ103
"RDS2TJ150
PQ4R18XJ101
PQ4R10XJ101
PQ4R18XJ181
PQ4R10XJ181
R201,203
R202
R204
R206
R210
R211
R212
FI213
ERDS2TJ222
ERDS2TJ183
ERDS1TJ331
ERDS2TJ563
ERDS2TJ681
ERDS2TJ332
ERDS2TJ392
ERDS2TJ101
10P
100 P
0.22
0.00 t
(VARISTORS)
VARISTOR
VARISTOR
VARISTOR
1
1
S
1
S
1
S
1
TAM
BOARD
ASS'Y
(RTL)
1
1
1
(CONNECTORS)
CONNECTOR,
14 PIN
CONNECTOR,
7 PIN
CAPACITORS)
s
(RESISTORS)
1M
S
120K
S
10
S
3.33
S
470 (for PCB-SUB
68.4391A)
470 (for PCB-SUB
68-4391
S
B)
S
5.6K (for PCB-SUB
68-4391A)
S
5.6K (for PCB-SUB
68-4391B)
S
2.2K (for PCB-SUB
68-4391A)
S
Z.2K (for PCB-SUB
68-4391B)
S
22
10K
15
1O0 (for PCB-SUB
100 (for PCB-SUB
180 (for PCB-SUB
180 (for PCB-SUB
2.2K
18K
330
56K
68O
3.3K
3.9K
100
S
DIGITAL TAM BOARD PARTS
68-4391 A)
68-4391 B)
68-4391A)
68-4391 B)
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
s
z_
S
S
S
S
1
1
2
2
4
1
(RELAY)
RELAY
TRANSFORMER
IETS29AE125A
,ETS22AE159A
68-4391A)
68-4391B)
68-4391A)
68-4391B)
1O00
_HERMISTOR)
T101
T201
68_4391A)
68-4391B)
22P
Part Name & Description
VR201
C104
0.01
Pcs
_HERMISTOR)
THERMISTOR
ECKDRS102MB
0.047
I
areas.
PQRRT8DllF2
C102,103
0.1
No.
/ for other
TH101
ECQU2A224MV
10000
Pa_
manual/cover
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
S
S
S
S
S
C101
1H561KBM
to the simplified
Ref. No.
Pcs
Part Name & Description
CAPACITORS)
0.22
0.001
0.0022
220
220P
220P (for PCB-SUB
1220P (for PCB-SUB
10.1
,560P (for PCB-SUB
!560P (for PCB-SUB
0.047 (for PCB-SUB
0.047 (for PCB-SUB
33
0.047
Refer
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
t
TRANSFORMER
- 193 -
1
1
1
1
1
7
1
IThls
Ref.
replacement
No.I
Part No.
I
EC1
EC2
EC3
EC4
EC5
EC6
EC7
EC8
EC9
EClO
ECl I
EC12
EC13
EC14
parts
list
Is
for
KX-F1200
only.
Part Name & Description
FIXTURES AND TOOL
PQZZ2K 12Z
PQZZ8K 18Z
PQZZ2K13Z
PQZZ3K8Z
PQZZ3K 12Z
PQZZ4KTZ
PQZZ5K6Z
PQZZ6KTZ
PQZZ6K14Z
PQZZSK15Z
PQZZ2K6Z
PQZZlOK4Z
PQZZl 1K8Z
PQZZ2K7Z
EXTENSION
EXTENSION
EXTENSION
EXTENSION
EXTENSION
EXTENSION
EXTENSION
EXTENSION
EXTENSION
EXTENSION
EXTENSION
EXTENSION
EXTENSION
EXTENSION
CORD,
CORD,
CORD,
CORD,
CORD,
CORD,
CORD,
CORD,
CORD,
CORD,
CORD,
CORD,
CORD,
CORD,
2P
8P
2P
3P
3P
4P
5P
6P
6P
8P
2P
lOP
11P
2P
PQZZ2F500M
PQZZF500M
SEPARATION SPRING HEINGHT TOOl
CCD TOOL
Refer to the simplified
I
I
manual
Icover) for other areas.
P cs
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
4
1
Notes:
1. Tools and Extension
Cords (Ref. No. EC1, EC2)
are necessities for servicing,
2. Extension Cords (Ref. No. EC3-EC13)
are useful for servicing.
(They make servicing easy.)
I _ KXF1200
Printed in Japan
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